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    • Announcing Project Z Tim Bonnemann, Intellitics Web Monday Silicon Valley (Expo Edition) April 21, 2008 in San Francisco, CA
    • About Intellitics • Early-stage startup based in San José, CA (USA) • Experiments in Civic Sensemaking • Tim Bonnemann, founder and chief ideator • First product: Z
    • Key Terms (1/3): Dialogue • A process that allows people, usually in small groups, to share their perspectives and experiences with one another about difficult issues • Not about judging, weighing or making decisions, but about understanding and learning • Dispels stereotypes, builds trust and enables people to be open to perspectives that are very different from their own • Often requires skilled facilitation