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Dina:

Thank you so much for the links. I will explore as they're both fascinating topics and dynamics. Were it not for the W-List I would have probably not found you. That list was so magic to so many people!

Hi Valeria ... first, thanks for linking to my thoughts. In addition to learning how to tell our story well, I do believe that part of the problem is we are so flooded with so much info today, that we are also having to relearn how to listen - and learn. Social technologies that foster microblogging like twitter, bookmarking, aggregating news, and even facebook, help me navigate thru' this more easily. Much has been written about Continuous Partial Attention (Linda Stone - http://continuouspartialattention.jot.com/WikiHome) and Ambient Intimacy (Lisa Reichelt - http://www.disambiguity.com/ambient-intimacy/) that apps like Twitter provide - they give us interesting frameworks for examining our own behaviours.

Brian:

Thank you for visiting. As I wrote at your blog [newly added to my blog roll under communications -- PR 2.0] your introduction to "Now is Gone" by Geoff Livingston as I'm sure your collaboration on writing/editing, was really good. It pulled me right into what the book was about.

In this day and age of sound bytes, coherent content written in a compelling form is even more valuable to provide the context.

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