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May 21, 2008

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Jen Burton

Thanks, John.

One of my favorite takeaways from the conference was so very simple: control doesn't scale. I *think* David Weinberg said that during his keynote (though I could be very wrong - apologies if I am).

Learning to accept chaos as a positive, swirling force is difficult. But, as with most things in life, letting go allows for the unexpected - and that's a good thing.

Chi-chi Ekweozor

Beautifully written.

"#11. Don't get lost in developing features. Spend your time getting people to express themselves and becoming engaged in dialogue."

So true...

Added to the Real Fresh TV del.icio.us... it's that good!

Art Sindlinger

This is a great turn of phrase:

"Embrace as many points of enthusiasm as possible"

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