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@Gianandrea - I still remember the lively dinner conversation in the timeless city. Thank you for being so hospitable.

@CK - Awww, you're very kind. Sleeping? What is that? LOL!

@Alex - glad you jumped in with the offer. You would both benefit from the exchange and connection.

I'm just an hour's flight away from you, Gianandrea. We both know Valeria. And all our work is around the strategic use of the social web, these days. Let's connect over a cappuccino in Campo de' Fiori in January.

Grazie Valeria, come sempre!

2 items of note:

#1: Regarding Gianandrea:
"Gianandrea espouses the generosity of social with the sharp intelligence of the business person who has the hands-on experience." I can't agree more; I've been astounded for years at these qualities of Gianandrea. A rare gem is he.

#2: Regarding, YOU (Valeria).
You never cease to turn the spotlight on others; be it here, on Twitter, in your speeches/presentations or during our conversations. I just wanted to let you know that we recognize and appreciate that... as well as the copious smarts you share and write on every day. (I'm just not sure how you ever find time for sleep with all you do!)

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