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so the Google+ crickets are startin to get to me. literally. no. interaction. taking. place. I'm thinking I need more friends who are Googlers.
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I really, really love this.
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ate night number crunching and data mining to this. yeah, i know it's a holiday weekend.
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+Casie Abello so how's workflowy working out for you?
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+David Austin you'll enjoy reading this on your new mac.
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read it yesterday, interesting for sure.
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My first blog post for the Salesforce Strategy blog: "The Tablet Effect."
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Trying to explain all the recent quakes? USE DATA!
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Great use of big data.
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