Driving home from the World Café Stewardship Dialogues yesterday, I had the honor of sharing a car and conversation with evolutionary dialogue pioneer George Por, who manages to find the time with everything else he is doing to write a fascinating blog on collective intelligence.
Right now I am in the beautiful and relaxing Marconi conference center, right on the water in Tomales Bay, West Marin, gathering with long-term hosts and friends of the World Café to explore how to best steward it into the future together.
I listened to a Skypecast sponsored by Typepad today, with Seth Godin. I knew him briefly in my days working with Fast Company, read most of his books and have always liked him. He didn't disappoint me this time either, declining to pitch his new book Small is the New Big by saying if we were interested we would go to his blog and buy or download it. But what he did say warmed my heart.
You've just got to love old stone... I've just returned from a business/pleasure trip to the green and pleasant land (England, and parts north), and feel washed in the aura of old earth. This image is from a brief walk I took around Bath...
One of my favorite things at BlogHer was the personal connections I made or deepened with the many amazingly creative women there... (these two amazingly beautiful women standing with me at BlogHer, left, are fellow GiGis Nancy White and Tree Fitzgerald)