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Really great post.

I enjoyed the interview and the thought of simple & connected tools being the catalyst to improving the conversation is great. Big fan of CM and will now be going to see what is new in the 10th.

Love your blog, and check it every day. Thanks for your hard work.

After writing a post about Jake McKee and LEGO, I took a much closer look at The Cluetrain Manifesto. I appreciate the questions and answers in your interview. After all this time, I really feel like The Cluetrain Manifesto deserves a new and longer look. Good to know Doc is still active and that the book still stands as is...not needing a thing to remain relevant and important. I’m telling everyone I can about it!
My LEGO/Cluetrain post can be seen here: http://noteasytoforget.com/2009/12/learning-social-media-from-lego/

I've never read this book. Per your recommendation?

I just ordered via the Amazon link. Hoping it teaches me a lot :)

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