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@Alessandra - I remember Pippi Calzelunghe, a nonconformist for sure.

@Kyle - funny that you should mention flaying arms with two Italians in the conversation ;)

I love this video and I love video. I have been attempting to incorporate more video into my content as well. It adds an emotional and "real" context to your information. It is harder to show passion for a subject if you are writing... easier if you are speaking and talking. Flaying arms are better than multiple exclamation points.

The talk is very inspiring, indeed, and yes, video adds proximity and speed to communication. I'm just starting to explore this possibility, and I'm amazed.
When I was a child, I wanted to be Pippi Calzelunghe (Pippi Longstocking for your american readers), quite un unconventional heroine, isn't she? I was thinking about Pippi when I read your post about The Art of Non Conformity ;-)

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