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Kare Anderson

as you noted, the people who'll attract the most opportunity in this flattening world (per Tom Friedman) are the Creative Class (per Richard Florida) who think for a living, have several kinds of expertise and are nimble enough to befriend others with the talents they do not have. As a lover of this enabline "we the people" stuff but a non-techie, I'm lucky to have found multi-talented Adam duVander to launch some blogs (sausalitobythebay), following up on your past "honey" comment about my work... "Speak English Like it Tastes Good" - a handy talent for ambidextrous allies, some of fwhom may be employees. Keep up the great writing

Steve Neiderhauser


I hadn't thought about it before, however, in many ways the ability to communicate with yourself (in pictures and metaphors) is the foundation needed to develop ambidextrous talent.

Glad you like the writing -- your excellent article "Speak English Like it Tastes Good" continues to help me write well.


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