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Full moon in Tepoztlan

I’m sorry, I just can’t laughing at the absurdity, despite the lack of sleep. It’s full moon in Tepoztlan – a small ‘pueblo magic’ town about 60 miles or so to to the west of Mexico city – and boy,

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From rights to responsibilities

In part this is a follow-on from the previous post on the fundamental flaws underlying all forms of currency, but it also has many implications for businesses, enterprise-architectures, societal models, corporate social responsibility and much else besides. And don’t worry,

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A week in Tweets: 4-10 April 2010

Urgently need to do a catch-up on the ‘week in tweets’ series: I’m running almost four weeks behind, which is not good – many apologies. Usual categories and a couple of extra items, anyway, after the usual ‘Read more…’ link:

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