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28/02/2013

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Sukainaw

Thanks for this and a useful check.I think I am guilty of seeing 'disruptive' as generally a good thing in the sense of it generating creative tension leading to expansion (in the Activity Theory sense). But useful is...well useful.

Hee hee, I love the line 'We should aim higher than getting well paid speaking gigs for middle-aged men with goatees who skateboard to work.' Forewarned is forearmed!

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