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@Connie -- clearly you have all been plotting to be very social, I've seen the Twitter stream ;-) It will be fun to put away the laptop and talk without devices in between.

@Anna -- it will be smashing. The years with Fast Company's network taught me that when you meet under common projects, in this case blogging or other forms of social media, you have shared experiences you can build on. I am really glad and appreciative that we will have an international group. I know what a sacrifice it is to travel a big distance! See you in April.

I cannot wait for the Blogger Social and have even persuaded another UK blogger to come over with me to meet up with people like yourself. I used to think that online friends, online conversations were not the same...now I believe firmly that they can be as strong and indeed in many cases even stronger than the old real world friendships. I love the fact that you can talk, discuss, engage with people with similar values, beliefs and ideas. Global conversations are diverse and rich with both content and almost like a multi dimensional diamond - the angles of perspectives shining brighter than anything I have known before...see you soon dear online friend!

Valeria, I am so looking forward to meeting you at Blogger Social. Tonight I had dinner with a friend I met on Twitter - it was more like a reunion even though this was the first time we had met f2f. The combination of online communication and offline connection is powerful.

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