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Good piece Valeria.

I'm an early user as well @ http://portal.eqentia.com/awaldstein/headlines and friend of the company. Great to see another point of view.

Besides the power of the engine itself, I like the control it gives me to balance my needs and the stream of social recommendations. Companies and individuals alike need to be the ones to pull those levers and make those choices.

re: implicit discovery...that's the big leap. It's like two lines going off into the horizon. Getting closer all the time but not there yet. Eqentia has their eye on this intersection.

BTW...If interest in all things Italian includes the organic wines of Etna, Puglia, and Piedmont, I'm part of that club.

Thanks for your insights, Valeria. I think you've explained what we do better than we have! The perspective you have offered presents an excellent ground for various enterprise adoption scenarios.

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