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Blogwalk Seattle

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

Ton Zijlsta announces another blogwalk this time in Seattle on September 2nd. Themes: “unconferencing open space, and how on-line blogging exchanges migrate to face to face meetings”. As Ton says, it’s invitation-only but it’s not hard to get invited.

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