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@CASUDI - thank you so much for the feedback. I could not be Conversation Agent without the conversation and all of the knowledge and experience of all of you. Glad to be useful.

@Mike - I was practically a baby :) Sometimes people sort of underestimate my experience. I knew since the age of six that I would be a translator/interpreter and in a way I am (I also filled that role for a period in my career). Many have told me that I am everything but predictable.

"20 years doing what I do, 10 of which experimenting online"

Love the mashup of your career. No wonder you bring a point of view that's fresh, unpredictable and yet full of biz commonsense.

Did you know this is what you'd be doing when you grew up? Grin.

Thanks for sharing your journey!

Keep creating...it lowers your predictability factor,
Mike


I think you've pretty much said it; what you do and how how do it and as usual you say it well! I especially like your reference to syllogism, and this is where in my opinion we can most easily fail to do the best job for ourselves and for our clients. Since starting to read your blogs (near the start of my twitter experience a couple of months ago) I have perhaps learned more from you in understanding social networking and & how one might effectively use it, then from anyone else and there are thousands of self described experts out there. Thanks for all the conversation, we are learning.

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