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Friday, December 17, 2010


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Chuck Peters

Dan -

Very well said.

This future not only requires the initial information creation your describe, and the marketplace, but also very different user applications.

All of that development needs to be driven to achieve an end that many have difficulty imagining, because of the conceptual limitations developed by our huge success in industrialization.

Have you read Linchpin by Seth Godin?

That, and Community by Peter Block, outline a future state that your effort could help.

I tried to frame our role in that at http://chuckpeters.iowa.com/2011/01/new-start/

Hope to talk soon.


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