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Chris Hambly

I came back from PodcampNYC with a bag full of cards.

I loved the post by Chris Brogan, and I'm so glad you picked up on it and also documented it, because I didn't have any cards to give out, but gladly accepted them, very gladly.

So Beth, what would we have done if both of us were in the same space with no cards?


I would have Bluetoothed you my contact info I guess?

Beth Kanter

Chris:

I think I would written my email on the back of a cocktail napkin! :-)

cheryl

even though we didn't trade cards...

hi beth. it was nice to meet you at the nten conference this year. day of service was great (glad you convinced me to do it). good luck with all the stuff you are working on.

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