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April 29, 2007


Nancy White

I think you are right on, Jory, about noticing and articulating those nuggets. They start feeling so natural, that we forget they may not be natural for others!

Felix Gerena

Excellent piece, Jory. Knowledge always emerges in small portions. Even the most complex systems are the result of joining the pieces and giving them some kind of shape. Anyway, I have also felt the same sensation of thinking the results of some of my researches were pretty "obvious", but what else can you think after all if you are convinced with the truth value of something or you are so familiar with it you don't even put it into question?

In Europe we must be a bit more stalled, society is less dynamic and social movements take more time to develop.

I think you are doing a great job. Just keep doing it.

Dave Seah

I found this phrase really personally interesting:

"But it was a women's conference because it fully leveraged women's innate ability to share by example and through storytelling."

This has been an ideal that I've been moving toward in my own work-life direction, and it hadn't occurred to me that this might be why I found the BlogHer organization so compelling despite my guy-ness, or that these were traits associated with a woman's innate approach. Fascinating!

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