Johnnie Moore

First rule of the blogosphere..

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Johnnie Moore

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

…is not to generalise about the blogosphere says Chris Anderson. I agree with his sentiment. The trouble is, we all need to generalise from time-to-time, so perhaps we just shouldn’t take our generalisations too seriously.

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Opinion: views on the news on Stuff.co.nz: Why KR needs a flushing toilet One kiiwi perspective on the author of Lovemarks. Hat tip: Declan Ellitott. (tags: branding marketing newzealand) —–

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Four practices

Nice post by Michael Herman: Four practices Practice of opening Practice of holding Practice of inviting Practice of practicing I’m adding this to my collection of Simple ideas, lightly held.