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@Gavin -- if you come out with something good, please broadcast. We're are all looking for proof that is more than just "try it, you'll see". I'm working on some ideas myself, very stealthily.

Return on Influence is a great way of looking at social media metrics. There is a real need for some tools in this space ... and I think they need to be imagined in a completely new way.

@John -- thank you for this delicious comment, I will post a whole thought on this very idea of things that are not quantifiable yet extremely valuable tomorrow.

@Pier Luca -- I saw the wiki, the eye can consume much more than the physical body right now. No worries, I will circle back with you all, in time.

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