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>> > No takers. But it was also interesting to see that all
>> > serious comment was off-list. I wonder what that says.
I think it says that most of us think our responses to the topic are, well, off-topic. Aside from justifiable critiques of the writing and organization (or lack), responses are going to be philophical and possibly emotional.
>Not sure I see the connection. Is there something about cluetrain pre-tech
>bubble burst that I missed?
At this point, we've all seen a lot of products and philosophies that think they're going to revolutionize communication, and business, and possibly human nature. I for one have yet to see any actual change.
>Yes, I do realize that. Do you think the age means it is no longer applicable?
I suspect that most of us think that it never was.
And now that I feel all jaded and such, add me to the list of "what's the business with the monkey?"
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