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July 27, 2011


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CB Whittemore

Thanks for sharing these resources. Lots of delicious insights!

Mary Curlew

Thank you for mentioning the Sloan Network. We are thrilled that you found the What's New blog so helpful. You may want to check out information on the Network's transition to the Work and Family Researchers Network (WFRN). The WFRN will have a news feed as well. Our transition website is http://workfamily.sas.upenn.edu/. Thanks again!

Phil Katz

Thanks for the kind words about the Center for the Future of Museums. I'm the main curator for Dispatches for the Future of Museums and I often rely on your blog for hints about trends to watch.

Fred @ solobizcoach.com

Thanks for the recommendations. I am going to subscribe to the Sloan Work site right away. Thanks.

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