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Turns out John Naisbitt, author of High Tech High Touch, had it right. The higher our cultures computer skills to share information, join groups and even date online the more we need to be in touch: to see the whites of each others eyes and relate as beings, not bytes.

Moveon.org and Howard Deans presidential bid have proven that the internet, when ......

Full article >>> st the picnics. Social hours and networking time provide what the best computer database can never provide and what our communities so deeply need: touch and a sense of belonging.

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Bill Humbert from Iowa responded to my opinion that American talent is looking outside the US for work, and the war for talent is becoming global, with this insight:

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Source:wistechnology.com By Rebecca Ryan 12/03/04


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