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New People March 6, 2006

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February 2006 (from GBN meeting – Emeryville, CA and NAKED CONVERSATION book launch – Atherton, CA):

Joseph A. di PAOLANTONIO, CEO & President, interActive Systems & Consulting, Inc., Montara, CA.

Alexa ZHANG, Investment Manager, Omidyar Network, Redwood City, CA

John FURRIER, CEO & Founder, PodTech.net, Inc., Palo Alto, CA

Maryilyn KING, Beyond Sports, Oakland, CA

Erica BJORNSSON,Project Manager, Collaborative Economics, Mt. View, CA

Jennifer MCCLURE,President, New Communications, LLC, Palo Alto, CA

Kenneth J. SUTHERLAND,The Sutherland Co., Oakland, CA


Resuming my Who Is New realm… January 18, 2006

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I had a webpage on my site with Who is New. I thought I would see how this might work in my blogoshpere. So…

January 15th, 2006

Stephen Willis, Ph. D., President, AIB Consulting, Inc., San Rafael, CA. (www.aibconsulting.com)

Marcel M. Allbritton, Organizational Consultant/Facilitator, San Francisco, CA. (www.foreseeconsultants.com/mmaweb.html)

David Weckler, Ph. D., Public Benefit Organization Development, San Anselmo, CA.

Check out the NextNow Blog… January 14, 2006

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Thanks to Jim Schuyler (www.red7.com) we have a great NextNow blog. He also optimized it to be an aggragate of NextNow member’s blogs…see the bottom of the page at: http://nextnow.red7.com/.

I also want to thank Robert Scoble (http://scobleizer.wordpress.com/) for his energizing the NextNow community to go blogging. If you ever have a chance to meet Robert…DO! He has all the right values a human being should have.

FINALLY, check out Robert’s book, NAKED CONVERSATIONS: How Blogs are Changing the Way Businesses Talk with Customers


NextNow hits its first blog entry… January 2, 2006

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Welcome to the NextNow Blog. Please note this is my first outing using this tool. Thanks to Robert Scoble for a wonderful meeting today at Doug Engelbart’s home.

Another point made by a couple of NextNowers…we should have a NextNow event every January 1st. So block out January 1st, 2007! Topic TBD.

More tomorrow…


Photo of some of the meeting participants.