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@Steve - long time and great hearing from you. The hardest decision any human being is ever going to make is that of what she/he wants.

@Brindey - I'm sure I have as that book has been one of my guiding readings to understand and explore this space. We had questions about metrics coming up left and right at the end, and so I started thinking about what is behind metrics, which is data, and how we're thinking about it today.

@Diego - thank you for allowing me to learn so much with you today. I suspect you responded to the title of this post because of the work you are immersed in as well. Keeping an open mind and, as you put so well, spirit, is key in this day and age.

@Brent - glad to be of service and inspiration for your projects and work. It sounds like you are already thinking in new directions.

@Seth - thank you for stopping by.

Once again Valeria great post once again.

Your rocking with this post Valerie. The more I read, the more excited I got. You captured the dynamics of participating on the web, in the marketplace bazaar, pushing your boundaries of learning, integrating, adapting and much more. Your post was like a shot of tequila for me.. a jolt followed by a burst of energy to take me to new places in my own work with others..

thanks,

Brent MacKinnon

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