Johnnie Moore

New improv site

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

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

I recently stopped managing the website for the Applied Improv network. After four years I felt I’d become stale. Fortunately, Leif Hansen stepped out of the void and rebuilt the site for us on Ning.

It’s working really well. The old site was set up as a blog but very few posts were written. The old set up was just a bit too taxing for people.

On ning, it seems the pain threshold is lower and there’s a whole lot of new life.

And some excellent blog posts.

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