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@Terry -- thank you for stopping by and for coming back to SxSWfor more conversations.

@Beth -- it's a mutual inspiration. I like it that in this new environment we're creating, status is based upon what one shares. I've believed that for the good part of 10+ years now, and we're seeing it come to fruition in some parts of the world. Success is predicted upon all of us seeing how we're connected. Interesting times ahead for sure.

Valeria,

Your blog and our conversations are always an inspiration to me. Your insights dig far (far!) below the surface of any situation, trend or challenge and that is exactly what is needed in today's business environment.

Today's status quo thinking is below adequate and your thought-provoking posts, presentations and questions makes that very apparent. As well, it gives those of us who believe it too the ability to keep pushing a huge boulder up hill. Thank you for all you do for us!

Here's to an adventurous, thoughtful, prosperous and fun 2011.

Beth

Hi Valeria, thanks for the mention - I really enjoyed our conversations at SXSW, and I look forward to the next time (yes, I will be there again). Keep up the great work in 2011, and all the best!

Regards,
Terry

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