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Thank you for the kind mention, Arik. It was an honor just to be the recipient of such a selfless act of support. I am thrilled that I was able to contribute a verse to a social media success story.

Valeria, congrats on the big anniversary. You've been on my "people to learn more from" list for ages, and I hope we can connect in real life sometime. Cheers!

What a wonderful idea! I'm happy to share my story with you and your readers.

http://www.janetbarclay.com/2009/08/31/my-connection-story/

I have a number of stories I could share (and hopefully will via a blog post soon), Valeria, but one that immediately jumps out is summarized in this post from my colleague and friend, Scott Hepburn: http://mediaemerging.com/2009/04/21/how-twitter-helped-reward-a-selfless-act/

I met Scott and Sonny well before the Tweet-a-thon, but it helped me get to know them better, helped Scott (indirectly) get a job and allowed me to meet them both in person at BlogPotomac in June! Great story of how people can connect--and help one another--via Twitter.

@arikhanson

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