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Johnnie Moore

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

I used that phrase back in February. I think it’s a good way to describe a way of thinking about how to respond to what’s created by Web 2.0: you can’t control it you need to manage people as if they’re volunteers.

James and I are going to use this title for our workshops next year. We’re kicking off at the end of January with a gig at NESTA. We’re also thinking of writing it up as a manifesto.

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