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Johnnie Moore

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Jeff Jarvis takes a few well-aimed jabs at our acceptance of deadly keynote speeches and other manifestations of a top-down educational system. (Click here if you can’t see the embed.)

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Getting real about managing

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Pointless, again

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Singing from the same songsheet

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Redefine normal

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