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You might laugh at inaccuracies around Mambo being a wiki. I didn't walk in thinking my presentation was focused on "tag clouds" and had a nice chat with the reporter. I learned how to give up criticism. I took on listening to how I may improve my presentation and be responsible for what others hear. What happened next is I got an invite to be a guest columnist in return!
It's been an exciting last few days and it's spurred a lot of activity including inspiration to get off my ass to put up an official home page
quick disclaimer: this page is designed to make it easy to find me. I had one report of someone sharing with me how difficult it was to sort all the references to me the web - I'm sure many of you can relate :)
I'm still trying to characterize my service so please bear with the rough edges - this action is a big step forward for me in the area of spontaneity. I invite criticism so contact me if you have something to contribute!
Lastly, I want to thank Paola for declaring a mission for the WOICT and being an inspiration to the group. This is proof-of-concept that words create your reality!
your article make me mapping my network in my mind. It's very great view that you can find the truth of power of nature that there already be there but sometime we never know or never use them before.
You make me think more about trend of outsourcing nowadays It's seem your networking will be useful to the outsorce Idea too.I wanna to read your idea about this relation between networking power and outsource trend in next timer.