A week in Tweets: 8-14 August 2010

Another week’s worth of Tweets and links – rather more than usual, this time. Same categories as usual, though, following the usual ‘More info…’ link:

Enterprise-architecture, business-architecture, business-strategy and similar ‘big-picture’ business themes:

  • SAlhir: RT @rotkapchen “Self-reference,according to complexity biologists,is the essential life-giving outcome of communication.” http://ow.ly/2mjaZ <“Dialogue as Social Self-Organization: An Introduction” – part of ‘Emergence: A Journal of Complexity Studies in Organizations and Management’ [PDF, c.100pp]
  • bartleeten: Joe McKendrick: Three reasons why automation doesn’t quite cut it http://j.mp/covETu
  • kvistgaard: RT @bartleeten : Three reasons why automation doesn’t quite cut it http://j.mp/covETu <- good ones to start w/ but I could easily add 7 more
  • SAlhir: RT @Kallokain Re-imagining Agile Part 2 http://bit.ly/aq266o <OODA, #systemsthinking etc for #entarch #orgarch: strong recommend
  • theopengroup: Global Trends in Enterprise Architecture.  Podcast:  Download here: http://ow.ly/2lQ2p
  • SAlhir: RT @arun4: ‘Dear United’: Airline feels wrath of forsaken 9-yr-old left on ice at O’Hare http://bit.ly/8Y2fsi <how to create an anti-client…
  • oscarberg: RT @JustinDerrick: “It’s hard to innovate when even trivial ideas are patented – you’re either forced into mediocrity, or risk being ruined” <again the absurdity of ‘intellectual property’…
  • (via @rsarasua) By @nurturegirl: ‘Goals, values and trust’ – trust is contextual http://bit.ly/dpM9xf <insightful – recommend #entarch #e20
  • SAlhir: RT @storiedstrategy @ComplexitySol: John Seddon: Management by doing the right thing http://bit.ly/dtrg6b #complexity #entarch <strong recommend
  • SAlhir: RT @storiedstrategy @tnvora ‘Metrics: are they mapped to your business objectives?’ http://bit.ly/9YMTx7 #quality #metrics <“Measurement is a means to an end, not an end in itself” – useful reminder for #entarch
  • CreatvEmergence: RT @juneholley: Video on self-organizing [4mins] http://bit.ly/cNKDdv <nicely done – note implications for #entarch etc
  • thoughttrans: RT @bmichelson Is competing goals between IT and the business an all-too-common anti-pattern? <<competing goals or desires?
  • SAlhir: RT @rachelbotsman: 10 Ways to Start Building a Collaborative Brand http://bit.ly/aXW1tq including @zopa @etsy @threadless @airbnb @thredup #bizarch #bmgen
  • CreatvEmergence: Everything needs its opposite…ie, flow needs structure. Comfort w/this paradox expands your creative playing field. <paradox-type relationships between flow and structure etc are core to enterprise-architectures and the like
  • AG_Mag: RT @pallega: Blog: EA coming OUT of trough of disillusionment http://tinyurl.com/34qjkms #entarch #enterprisearchitecture #GartnerEA <more ‘official comment’ on the Gartner EA Hype Cycle 2010
  • eatraining: Life after ITIL – creating a culture of continual service improvement http://bit.ly/9bjDSU <same applies to #entarch
  • tetradian: [post] ‘Hoist by their own petard’ http://bit.ly/debFiN #entarch #bizarch
  • Cybersal: Jeff Scott of Forrester lists the challenges faced by EA people when doing business architecture  http://bit.ly/dfGW5M #entarch #bizarch
  • thoughttrans: RT @ThisIsSethsBlog Seth’s Blog: The places you go http://bit.ly/df5j38 <definitely insightful, esp. for #entarch #bizarch
  • craighepburn: RT @wunderman: Purpose – the weekly ramble http://j.mp/9Ndul9 <purpose at a business and personal level #entarch
  • kvistgaard: BPMN2 loose concept of lanes create artificial gap b/ #bpm & #entarch. Should have at least type attr.(Or alt ways 2 link act w/ role & sys)
  • chrisdpotts: It’s a common & unfortunate error to assume that enterprise architecture only began with the emergence of “Enterprise Architecture” #entarch
  • craighepburn: CoIT: How an accidental future is becoming reality http://zd.net/cqakhK <some huge unacknowledged risks there for #entarch #itarch etc…
  • greblhad: In reality every business connection or product feature you add is a cost that needs to be balanced and tracked. Thats why we need #entarch.
  • trevorsnaith: A challenge to enterprise architects: Think innovation http://bit.ly/adVqgl <using EA as an enabler – in this case in a Defence context, but also applies elsewhere
  • DavidGurteen: Rethinking Fundraising http://bit.ly/aZHts6 #socialgood <HBR article by Dan Pallota: think of fundraising as equivalent for a for-profit org’s cost-of-sale – insightful
  • joemckendrick: Simpler, faster, better, cheaper — 7 principles of ‘lean integration’, and why it needs to be applied: http://tinyurl.com/24ho5sa
  • SAlhir: RT @PaulaGray: New white paper:  Business Anthropology and the Culture of Product Managers   http://twurl.nl/14wczp #prodmgmt // “The big bang & the evolution of brand & product management culture” http://twurl.nl/dpwp2l #branding #prodmgmt <both of these look to be useful references, but I haven’t had a chance to read either of them yet
  • SAlhir: RT @Annemcx: Making Sense of The Big Society http://ff.im/-p2Wal <slidedeck – includes useful definition “Value Proposition: what user problems are we helping to solve, what value do we deliver to our area?”
  • davidcushman: RT @GrahamHill: Kumar on why being the first in your industry to focus on customers pays long-term dividends http://tinyurl.com/2dgthjq [note: 50+pg PDF]
  • taotwit: Starting work on training material for “Storyboarding business requirements” = people like to tell & listen to stories … // .. Storyboarding makes capturing ‘requirements’ fun! “We’re going to make a movie about what you do – you’re the director” … // .. Real-world events are the starting point for storyboards – the most important are ‘Keyframes’ in the stakeholders ‘Movie’ // Storyboards are the antidote to context-free requirements laundry-lists *and* overly techie requirements models // Storyboards express values, policies, content and trust in the context of unfolding business events – are easy to visualize #storyb4br
  • nickmalik: Blogged about general mission and specific capabilities for Enterprise Architecture http://bit.ly/9eyyWF #entarch #bizarch
  • tetradian: [post] ‘CoIT: another architectural disaster unfolds?’ (on cloud and mobile-computing) http://bit.ly/9cIRN3 #entarch #itarch #svcmgmt
  • 5Di: Some great resources on Business Requirements here: http://bit.ly/ahtRR5 [PDF, 12pg]
  • SAlhir: If the only thing binding people with an organization is a pay-check, expect the results to reflect it! <a rather obvious but often-forgotten key-item for #bizarch…
  • thoughttrans: RT @bmichelson: The Mission, Capabilities, and Business Output of Enterprise Architecture – http://bit.ly/9KShPF <– @nickmalik responds to my EA re-think ? <a useful conversation-start/thought-experiment for #entarch
  • thoughttrans: Is a social community an #entarch ? <a community is an enterprise, hence has an architecture, but is not an #entarch as such
  • toddbiske: New blog post: Addressing Business/Enterprise Architecture Challenges http://www.biske.com/blog/?p=788
  • toddbiske: RT @grifmon: Maybe first issue is calling out IT as separate from the business which creates alignment issues right off the bat.#ea
  • pallega: Blog: Hype about the EA Hype Cycle http://tinyurl.com/2vb3krs #entarch #GartnerEA <includes comments on my ‘hoist by their own petard’ post
  • theopengroup: Southbeach examples: Creating TOGAF Checklists http://ow.ly/2nxrG <use free Southbeach toolset for #TOGAF models #entarch
  • eatraining: Enterprise Architect social networking group EA People | LinkedIn http://linkd.in/aRA3p9 <nice: a social group for LinkedIn EAs – e.g. just a chat, or setup for charity-work, rather our usual interminable theory-debates!
  • BillIves: The Evolution Of User Manuals by @roebot and @mindtouch http://bit.ly/cq10rZ <documentation as revenue-creator #bmgen #bizarch
  • Cybersal: @pallega I read free Hybrid paper (interesting), but I found Roger Martin’s latest book [on design-thinking in business] more synergistic with EA http://amzn.to/9bmbEx // to amplify: Book emphasis is on overall design of business, Hybrid thinking paper about ‘solving wicked problems’ // That’s not to say that EA’s should not get involved in solving wicked problems, of course.
  • eatraining: Gartner report about the hype cycle for EA. Two generations of EA. One dealing with commodity and the other with differentiators. // Problem with the differentiation layer of EA is that it won’t work effectively without the commodity layer. New generation of EA’s need both
  • eatraining: Gartner recommends a strawman anchor model to frame the business. EA recommends the Business Model Canvas as a tool to document your anchor. <Business Model Canvas is very good for #bizarch, but I would actually recommend my Enterprise Canvas over Business Model Canvas for full #entarch
  • business_design: Strategy – yesterday’s strategy process: the cathedral / tomorrow’s: a bazaar (liberally borrowed from Open Source Software Development)
  • miket0181: @tetradian IMO, use of the word “business” is a strong indication of IT-centric strategic planning / visioning. // and I agree with your assessment that we are 10 years behind the Gartner timings for evolution towards “full” EA
  • pallega: Nice reminder from McKinsey that business should shape IT #entarch, but what about the business itself? http://tinyurl.com/39luhc4 <(requires free registration)
  • pallega: RT @twestbrockEA: Does anyone create/maintain an EA charter anymore?  Why do I ask?  You should! Agree upon WHY and WHAT. #entarch #ea #enterprisearchitecture
  • pallega: Blog: My Mother has an EA definition http://tinyurl.com/2vwugdu supports @twestbrockEA advice for EA charter for #entarch < #gartner – a tongue-in-cheek review of the state-of-play in EA roles and frameworks
  • toddbiske: New blog post: Be an Enterprise Activist, not Archivist http://www.biske.com/blog/?p=789 <recommend #entarch – @bmichelson lists activities as actiion, delivery, ideation, evangelism
  • tetradian: [post] ‘Business-architect or enterprise-architect?’ (for @chrisdpotts and others) http://bit.ly/bYNeDH #entarch #bizarch
  • tetradian: [post] ‘Architecture disaster? – we have an app for that!’ http://bit.ly/ccQ53h #entarch #itarch
  • eatraining: Anatomy of an EA Charter http://bit.ly/bo89Fs <useful how-to/checklist #entarch
  • CreatvEmergence: NYT improv article – Trust Us, This is All Made Up – http://nyti.ms/c17JXy <re setup for performance: “We don’t know anything until we look at each other; then we know everything” – consider similar principles at work in organisations #entarch
  • SAlhir: RT @umairh: HBR video-blog: Why Economic Recovery Hinges On Values http://bit.ly/cA57oQ > Meaning & values and purpose & cause
  • SAlhir: Meaninglessly Purposeless = No value // Meaninglessly Purposeful = Extrinsic value only // Meaningfully Purposeless = Intrinsic value only // Meaningfully Purposeful = Intrinsic and extrinsic value
  • SAlhir: How we are is a function of What we are, which is a function of Why we are. <same would apply to orgs (cf. Simon Sinek?) #entarch
  • eatraining: TRAK. A lightweight GNU style Architecture Framework with a good collection of viewpoints extracted from MODAF. Anyone compared it to PEAF? <developed for London Underground (hence name) – see Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TRAK or search ‘TRAK architecture’ for more details – looks very interesting… #entarch
  • tetradian: [post] ‘Slidedeck: Introduction to SCORE’ (alternative to SWOT) http://bit.ly/a4pORE #entarch #strategy
  • tetradian: [post] ‘Slidedeck: What is effectiveness?’ http://bit.ly/dyEl91 #entarch #bizarch #strategy
  • SAlhir: RT @NotGodinREPOSTs Resilience and the incredible power of slow change http://ff.im/-pbMD1 <note especially in #entarch #bizarch
  • kcoreresearch: RT @AnjaHoffmann: The Economist: Social innovation: Let’s hear those ideas http://bit.ly/9C0yov #entarch #km #society
  • pallega: Blog: Are Enterprise Architects Left-Handed? http://tinyurl.com/2423fu2 #entarch #GartnerEA <nicely semi-serious piece by Gartner’s Philip Allega, who , yes, is indeed left-handed…
  • oscarberg: What nature teaches us about building better human organizations http://bit.ly/9UVOL5 > Now on my reading list <book-review by Don Tapscott – insightful article (if perhaps too praising of hierarchies…?)
  • oscarberg: Managing vs. Innovating “Social” http://bit.ly/cHKRKR #innovation #social <part of Jay Deragon’s ongoing ‘Hippies 2.0’ series, about the intersection of ‘social’ and ‘business’
  • oscarberg: Anecdote – Does your organisation have strategic clarity? http://bit.ly/9VCwRO <another useful reminder #entarch #bmgen
  • practicingEA: The EA Tools Part 2 – Reference Architecture and Standards http://lnkd.in/777mAa <useful how-to for #entarch #itarch
  • trevorsnaith: RT @mentoraxis: Why is enterprise architecture dying? Great summary of linkedin discussion Http://bit.ly/9nEWoW #entarch
  • SAlhir: RT @agiletoolkit: Agile is not something U become…but become more of. @MikeCohn #Agile2010 >Excellent! for more.. http://bit.ly/ihKbI
  • SAlhir: “reverse positioning” and “reverse brands” RT @jorgebarba: Escape the competitive herd – BW #strategy http://icio.us/vb4zjq <useful reminder for #bizarch
  • business_design: thinking of a business model database that cross-pollinates ideas across industries… <good idea: how would we implement this? #bmgen
  • business_design: When teams criticize business model ideas they often fail to distinguish between the potential of the model and its implementation risk
  • oscarberg: RT @strategicsense: When a company acquires another company for their product, they need to know that the people ARE the product – #Leadership #ChangeManagement
  • craighepburn: Anyone else with me on kicking off a name and shame list for hotels who charge for wifi? Would make a great #4square badge for hotels 🙂 <example of how #anticlient relationships arise #bizarch #entarch
  • tetradian: [post] Ideafarming http://bit.ly/bwTtNy #innovation #creativity #knowledge #narrative
  • ConnectIrmeli: #Ideafarming by @tetradian http://bit.ly/bwTtNy “..isn’t a job, it’s more a way of life, a way of being..” – Something I’ve wanted to say.. // great post on #ideafarming -I’m one too 🙂 Social networks help us become more social and practical – to get out of the farm..
  • tetradian: @ConnectIrmeli what would be the #ideafarming equivalent of a farmer’s-market? or a barn-raising? or a barn-dance? 🙂 (fun analogies!)
  • DavidGurteen: Embracing the Chaotic: Cynefin and Humanitarian Response http://bit.ly/clcByw <v.useful practical application #KM – though note that this uses themes (e.g. role of principles and trust) that Snowden previously described as ‘illegitimate’ when attacking my own work in this context…
  • tetradian: [post] ‘How to get enterprise-architecture on TRAK’ (with thx to @eatraining) http://bit.ly/9b59zq #entarch #metamodel #TRAK
  • ChristineArena: RT @maxgladwell: Hell Hath No Fury Like a Mom With Blog (2008) http://bit.ly/cQK7gm < #anticlients in action #entarch
  • SAlhir: Olivier Blanchard (@thebrandbuilder): Love: How the essence of a brand fuels its purpose http://bit.ly/bZXx2B <strong recommend #bizarch #bmgen

Narrative-knowledge, knowledge-management, creativity and in-person collaboration:

  • SAlhir: “Words Capture Ideas; Images Free Them” RT @visualinsight: RT @SaraaBrown: http://bit.ly/cPT3f5 Great site <“Shape of Thought” – visual-thinking through the ages
  • tetradian: [post] ‘On self-doubt’ http://bit.ly/9XWiBv #innovation #skillsdevelopment
  • getstoried: RT @Bizprov: @CreatvEmergence at TEDxCreativeCoast: ‘Improv for Creativity’ http://youtu.be/OhaKB-0pYLw?a #entarch <great intro to use of improv in the business context
  • getstoried: Brilliant frameworks and illustrations: #Transmedia #Storytelling: Getting Started http://bit.ly/91EiOU <also applies where different media may be ‘inside’ or ‘outside’ the org
  • SAlhir: RT @ccesetti @TheTransitioner @NurtureGirl: How Language Influences the Way We View the World http://bit.ly/93Yldt #CollectiveIntelligence
  • CreatvEmergence: The Creators Project’s an awesome new global network 4 celebration of creativity & culture across media: http://bit.ly/cuRG5n
  • unorder: Benjamin Franklin and deliberate practice. http://bit.ly/b7cOIl #bizstoryfinder <there’s no way round it: developing skills takes practice – and hard work!
  • tetradian: [post] Intimations of hubris http://bit.ly/a7j7y3 #entarch (about avoiding hubris in professional critique)
  • SAlhir: RT @ideahive: RT @lindanaiman: What is the connection between leaders and artists? http://bit.ly/bXBChB <interesting comparison of success-traits
  • SAlhir: RT @jorgebarba: Getting Down to the Business of #Creativity – HBS Working Knowledge http://icio.us/evqncj <useful 2008 article
  • unorder: You can apply common plot structures to org activities eg small vs big, revealing a secret etc. #wwsw #bizstorytelling
  • unorder: Our blog has had a facelift http://bit.ly/asTlHY <the ever-useful Anecdote.com website – important resource re narrative-knowledge etc
  • oscarberg: RT @bduhon: #E20 is about transforming business by @robgray http://ow.ly/2poQ0 #AIIM <another useful reminder that yes, it’s ‘not not about the technology’, but the technology itself is only an enabler for what is really required, namely business-transformation
  • SAlhir: RT @tim_hurson: People ask me, What’s a magic bullet for creativity? Try asking ELSE questions: what, how, why, who, where ELSE.
  • SAlhir: RT @ConversationAge You cannot fake connection http://ow.ly/2pFiE <useful counterpart to my Sidewise blog-post ‘The relationship is the asset’ http://sidewise.biz/2009/07/relationship-as-asset/
  • DavidGurteen: The Importance of Connecting with Colleagues http://bit.ly/cWeFWN <key to in-person and/or online #collaboration

Social-media, ‘Enterprise 2.0’, user-experience and online-collaboration:

  • tetradian: [post] ‘Social media and the work/play split’ (for @oscarberg) http://bit.ly/bR8oRV #e20 #socialmedia #entarch
  • AussiMike: RT @AskAaronLee: Very cool! Tweet-o-Meter shows Twitter activity around the world http://j.mp/d9gshp /via @chirrps @TweetSmarter @KshrGirl @NikkiD66
  • thoughttrans: RT @copyblogger 60 Ways to Increase Your Influence Online http://bit.ly/bZXKoQ <60 oneliners from 60 real socmedia experts – a real goldmine of diversity
  • oscarberg: How to convince CEOs to adopt #e20 by @demeto http://is.gd/e7zXq <similar list for ‘real enterprise-architecture’, anyone?
  • mikejwalker: RT @mashable HOW TO: Avoid a Social Media Disaster http://bit.ly/9XXf2l
  • DavidGurteen: The Demise Of The Internet Generation? http://bit.ly/b6WM2x /agree!
  • getstoried: Awesome to see @conspiracy4good evolving as a transmedia #storytelling platform. Rock on! http://bit.ly/cBEFsW <also useful to view this through an #entarch lens
  • davidcushman: Guiding principles for success in the networked world http://bit.ly/dpcWgy #e20 #socialmedia
  • kcoreresearch: #KM Interesting- The BBC Knowledge Multiplatform Strategy http://www.bbc.co.uk/commissioning/tv/network/genres/knowledge_multiplatform.shtml <also implications for #entarch #itarch #ux
  • SAlhir: RT @jhagel: The 2010 Social Business Landscape from @dhinchcliffe – all together in one place http://bit.ly/ai00I0 #entarch #e20
  • joemckendrick: RT @rww Very cool: How the Internet would look as a subway map. http://rww.tw/9sV61m <<Beyond cool……
  • oscarberg: RT @dhinchcliffe: Enterprise 2.0: All Social Software is Not Created Equal http://bit.ly/aCJAXk #e20 <also implications for #entarch #bizarch #itarch
  • oscarberg: Enterprise 2.0 Implementations Limit Collaborative ROI http://bit.ly/c3KXZh #e20 <again, also strong implications for #entarch
  • DavidGurteen: Why Groups Fail to Share Information Effectively http://bit.ly/aXO54c #KM <another insightful psychology study
  • oscarberg: RT @seanrnicholson: 50 days to a social Intranet http://bit.ly/bQCpTq <– Great case study!

IT-architecture, systems-development and IT-related themes in general:

  • bartleeten: InfoQ: Ars Magna: the revolution is overdue http://j.mp/95p0x6 <a fundamentally different approach to software – this one will require several readings to get my fully round it, but it looks worth the effort…
  • bartleeten: IT Support Conversation Manager: A Conversation-Centered Approach and Tool for Managing Best Practice IT Processes http://j.mp/cdaEB0 <looks interesting: is academic research-project at present, but looks like a cross between narrative-enquiry, Sigurd Rinde’s ‘Thingamy’ and a conventional service-management toolset
  • bergmart: McKinsey: Clouds, big data, and smart assets: Ten tech-enabled business trends to watch. http://twurl.nl/maj0e4
  • theopengroup: Using a combined SOA and TOGAF environment: Part 2. Service-oriented architecture from top to bottom http://ow.ly/2lQcy <useful, detailed how-to article from IBM
  • davidsprott: David Sprott’s Blog: When Policy Should be Mandatory http://tinyurl.com/22tvm4w <good points on the cross-links between #soa, #itarch and #bi (IT-based business-intelligence scanning)

Society, culture, corporate social responsibility and suchlike themes:

  • SAlhir: RT @valdiskrebs @blogbrevity: But Will It Make You Happy? http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/08/business/08consume.html?_r=1&8dpc/ #minimalist <long, thoughtful New Yorker op-ed about practical downsizing of personal consumption
  • SAlhir: RT @ken_homer: via @iyeshe: ‘Three Seeds’ – fascinating read on how wisdom & knowledge survive over space & time: http://bit.ly/d8sbj4 <surviving Separation: wisdom, deep-story and indigenous knowledge
  • CreatvEmergence: “The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Game” – HuffPost, by @Bonifer http://bit.ly/bQ1SVA <unsustainable insanity.. – strong recommend.. #csr #economics #markets
  • SAlhir: RT @Annemcx: Brain works more like internet than ‘top down’ company. BBC News http://ff.im/-p2HLX <amazed that anyone even had a ‘top-down’ concept of brain-function – it makes no sense at all…
  • Eclectopedic: Interesting series on social economics: http://www.ingenesist.com/introduction Prediction of parallel econ. reminds me of Czech 2nd culture. <a good try: starts to understand the role of social media etc (and “it’s not communism” – i.e. we have to pander to ‘traditional’ US fears…), but then falls staright into the trap of ‘monetization’ and the ‘time as money’ mistakes – it’s still ultimately a possessionist model, which is not a viable approach in the longer term
  • SAlhir: Monkeysphere http://bit.ly/237Mm <nicely ironic use of Dunbar’s Number (150 as maximum size of direct social group) as a commentary on social structure (or lack of it)
  • kcoreresearch: Good BBC Article – Metaphor and storytelling – Teaching philosophy with Spider-Man http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-10900068
  • SAlhir: RT @Jabaldaia @sciam Can Money Buy Happiness? http://bit.ly/9ZDnFJ <short answer is no: useful reference-article in Scientific American #norewards

And, without fail, the multifarious miscellany:

  • SAlhir: “The more whole and integrated each person the chances for choices are increased…” (via @technoshaman) http://bit.ly/9jAJMA <halfway between art and chaos-science – pointers to managing inherent-uncertainty in business etc
  • craighepburn: Check out http://www.wefeelfine.org An exploration of human emotion, in six movements, very nice visual representations of information!
  • getstoried: 1, 2, and 8 are pretty awesome #mediajedi RT @mashable 10 Beautiful and Free WordPress 3.0-Ready Themes http://bit.ly/anGDwB
  • kvistgaard: RT: @5tevenw Veni, Vidi, Velcro. I came, I saw, I stuck around.
  • thinksmith: Sitting next to a bookshelf of books unknown to you is surefire inspiration/distraction. <oops…! 🙂
  • BillIves: HOW TO: Get Tweetable Moments from Your Presentations http://bit.ly/8YpSR4 <another really practical how-to for presenters
  • AussiMike: RT @chatteringakuma: Check this out for a new internet address book that allows friends to find you but hides your contact details http://WikiWorldBook.com/
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