Monday, December 03, 2007

The Machine is Us/ing Us

Excellent video - not much to add. Maybe it is important to recognize that this is a bubble, and not everyone has access - but that doesn't change that it is important to rethink everything - and wherever possible to introduce new levels of trust, honesty, respect and quality in everything we do.


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