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I had a great conversation with Shaun Abrahamson from Mutopo today about the emergence of abundance. Shaun is a really interesting guy and it was so much fun to hang with him. Enjoy:
Posted on February 03, 2010 in Crowdsourcing, Culture | Permalink
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