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Rachel Happe

More excellent content Beth (how do you do so much BTW?!!?)

Thanks for the shout out as well - I'm flattered.

Beth Kanter

@rachel .. you're welcome, anytime. Your work and thinking extraordinary - I'm lucky to have connected with you.

Dtecnologia

HOla te invito a esuchar un podcast dtecnologia

entra aqui : http://podcastdtecnologia.blogspot.com

Ryan Quiel

Great presentation at NTC. Between Clay Shirky's keynote and your first session, I knew it was going to be one killer conference delivering meat, not fluff.

iven

NISE

Therese

Great Contnet as always, need to come back and look through all the other relevant posts.

Aaron Lee

Hi,

I just want to introduce the E-Connect network to you. It's a quality network (well, going to be) of websites that have RSS feeds.

There's really nothing to lose from participating. Widget loads fast, links are "nofollow" so you won't get any bad neighborhood, 9 colors 2 sizes to choose from to match the design of your website.

Take a look at your convenience.

URL: http://www.businessminder.net/about-entrepreneurs-connect

Kind Regards,

Aaron

Barbara Kelly

Hi Beth: You picked up on what I thought was a key message in Clay's comments, how "informed failure" is one critical step on the way to success. My colleague in London had met Clay at an earlier conference and so I was thrilled to catch him afterward--and really look forward to NTEN's follow-on via "ask the expert" session. I hit two of your three NTEN sessions, so walked away happy. (Will follow-up with you separately on an idea related to the upcoming Cause-Marketing Forum.....) Barbara

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