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I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

It’s a grey day in London so I’m maintaining my morale by thinking of Cable Bay in New Zealand. That’s where I’m spending Christmas and New Year with friends who have just moved there. This holiday feels long overdue I feel as though I’ve quite run out of steam here for 2005 – just looking at that picture makes me feel more alive. There is something very special about New Zealand.

I’m heading out on Sunday week, and spending 8 days in Melbourne on the way – which also promises to be fun.

And right now, compared to London on a dreary winter’s day, the 24 hours I’ll spend on Singapore Airlines sounds pretty fun too.

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links for 2010-10-01

Texting bans may add risk to roads – USATODAY.com Another candidate for the department of unintended consequences… Social Art Project Roles « Perfect Path Some nice ideas about the archetypes