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Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

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

If you’ve been trying to email me in the last few hours it will have bounced due to an overload at my host. It should be working again now but you might need to resend. The same may have happened if you tried to visit this blog today. My apologies.

On another technical note, prompted by David Weinberger, I’ve added the neat little Technorati widget that lists blog reactions to each post. We’ll see how well it works in practice. Better than my email I hope.

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So now I’m published

I popped over to Kogan Page yesterday to pick up my own copy of Beyond Branding. (It’s quite handy that my publisher is a 10

Skype

I’ve been experimenting with Skype software that let’s you make phone calls over the net. Quite impressive and completely free (for the time being). I’ve

Procurement

Tony Goodson is back on the stump. His postings from inside a corporate (where he’s been for just three months) continue to amuse and enlighten.

There may be trouble ahead

I’m planning some changes to my web presence in the next few days which are probably going to be disruptive, so here’s a warning and

First post

This is the first new posting to this Weblog at its new home JohnnieMoore.com. I’ve transferred to a new, faster server and decided this was

Leaving

I decided a while back that I wanted to move out of London. I’ve lived in this city for over 25 years and I think

Resurfacing

You may have noticed a long silence here. I was travelling in Australia and then came back to the UK and changed location. I’ve moved

Nine years…

I generally avoid blogging about how I’m blogging but I will indulge myself today, as it’s my ninth anniversary of writing this blog. It started

John Ptak

I was very sad to learn that John Ptak the husband of my friend Patti Digh, has been struck with cancer. Patti’s response to this,

Opening the proof

We’ve almost finished getting our new book available on Lulu the print-on-demand service. This little video is just me drooling over the final proof. It’s

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Emotional debt

Releasing the hidden costs of pent up frustrations

Aliveness

Finding the aliveness below the surface of stuck

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links for 2010-07-05

“Yourfreedom” – hit miss or maybe? « Don't Get Fooled Again Good piece by Richard Wilson sticking up for this exercise in public participation. I like how he counters the

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Hobby Economy

Rob Horning has an interesting article speculating that much of the benefits of the networked economy aren’t going to show up in conventional economic statistics. This makes sense to me.

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Then again…

Nice observation by Nick Wreden: H Gordon Selfridge the founder of Selfridges one of the best-known department stores in UK, first penned the well-known slogan, “the customer is always right.”

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Thiagi on facilitation…

Here at the Improv conference Thiagi has just presented a great day long session on training/facilitation. He covered a lot of ground, so I just wanted to blog a few