Johnnie Moore

Stepping out of cyberspace

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Johnnie Moore

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

I’m gonna be meeting a lot of bloggers for real in the next four weeks. Tonight I’m having a drink with Suw Charman and dinner with among others Martin Roell ahead of a Blogwalk tomorrow in London. Then in October I’m meeting Mark Brady of fouroboros fame in DC, along with (hopefully) Jon Strande. And then Evelyn Rodriguez in San Francisco. All these great real world connections would never have come about without a bit of cyber-courting. Oh, and anyone in Australia and New Zealand, it’s your turn next.

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