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notfearingchange

Interesting stuff...will check it out! :-D

Alan Parekh

I have heard so much about this lately... Scoble, Calacanis, Leo and everyone else on the last episode of TWIT. Chris Pirillo did an entire show with nothing but listener feedback. From what I hear this thing is better than sliced bread but I don't get what all the fuss is about.

I don't think I am going to sign up right away since if I get sucked in like everyone else I feel that I may wake up a year from now and wonder where all the time has gone. :)

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