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October 13, 2008


Ari Herzog

I commented on your August post, Adam, and I'll comment again now: Thanks for blogging about this amazing event for I don't know how else I would have found out.

Err, I wound up hearing buzz from others but you were my first. Yay!


I am so excited to watch this movement grow.


Thanks so much for this post, Adam. Fantastic thoughts.

Adam Cohen

@Ari - As always I appreciate your feedback, thanks for taking the time and great to meet you at the event.

@Trish - Same here, hopefully it keeps up the momentum.

@Meg - Thanks for your feedback, it means a lot. Sorry we didn't meet in person at the event but looks like you'll be back in Boston soon.

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