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    "When organizations use social media wisely, companies and customers come closer together. Employees and users often collaborate on making products and services better." (from Age of Context)
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    Robert's comments about his relationship with a hotel also hit home with me. As an architect who has designed resorts and hotels, I agree with the opportunity that he sees for them. The hotel and resort businesses ARE early adopters - internet, flat screen tvs, etc. but Robert is right about their current lack of "recognition" of the client and their disconnect between various internal divisions. Expect a leading hotel group to pick up on the kind of traveler that Robert represents in the near future.

    I know that I will never be as transparent in my sharing of data about myself as Robert Scoble is and in fact I do not want to be.
    "Robert Scoble ..... shares nearly everything about his life online. He is so transparent that he sometimes makes Israel nervous." (Age of Context)

    But thankfully we have a great team in Scoble and Israel that can share their experiences and perspectives with us, about what the possibilities can be for each of us -- now, and in the future.

    Scoble and Israel's epilogue will prompt some fun thinking of your own. It's a great end to a great book........and, as Scoble and Israel encourage in their introduction, "......have fun reading the book."

    by Terry Beaubois
    Palo Alto, CA September 2013

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