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What blogging did for Microsoft

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Johnnie Moore

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

Shel Israel has posted Chapter 2 of The Red Couch. It’s a good read, basically explaining the story of blogs at Microsoft ending with the rhetorical question

Our point is this: If blogging can do all this for one of the world

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links for 2010-11-04

RUSHKOFF: Why I Left My Publisher in Order to Publish a Book | ARTHUR MAGAZINE A great insight into the staggering brokenness of conventional publishing

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Inherent qualities

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Curt Rosengren is a good chap

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