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A co-authorship idea to experiment with. Let us see how the flow of ideas develop

A co-authorship idea to experiment with. Let us see how the flow of ideas develop

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  • @Charles Prabakar added Slides 98-101. in which he shows the proximity of his Purpose Map with thaot of @Rod King The Aspiration Map
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  • Thank you, Ali, for the good news!...
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  • Dear ALL Co-Authors and Commentators,

    I have started analyzing the results of this shared presentation. Initial graphs show very interesting trends. I shall publish results very shortly
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  • @Juao Maya
    Yes, I fully agree with you. This is a global experimentation wherein people from different parts of the world are bringing ideas in one presentation. How cultures interact, how authors respond? How ideas generate new ideas? How the network of authors and commentators develop are among many other issues this presentation will eventually reveal.
    I invite All authors of SS to send their at least one slide contribution to enrich this presentation and its conclusions. Willing contributors may send their contributions to me at

    anani.ali1@gmail.com
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  • Ali, you know this is a new and enriching experience for me. I am very anxious to see the outcome of this meeting... Where are we now?.. Well, I dream that all we contribuitors to this presentation - and eventual viewers as well, why not? - are up on the top of the cliff, on the edge of the precipice (as Sally said), watching the ’pool’ of our ideas taking shape down there in the valley. Of course, this is a strictly emotional point of view...
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