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October 13, 2009

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David, interesting interview, thanks for sharing! Enjoyed hearing you at the Air Force PA Worldwide last March. I'd be interested to hear Ms Merritt's comments on the DoD review of social media and OPSEC and also a discussion on integrating social media into combat operations.

Matt Gentile

Great piece David. Very interesting. I started my career at The Rendon Group in D.C. Very insightful interview.

Best Regards,

Matt

David Meerman Scott

Thanks Matt. How are things going over at C21?

Maggie

Great use of video in your blog! It was great to see/listen to your conversation about new media. Its very interesting to see how the various branches of government are using new media

Collin Willardson

Have you heard of Twiki?

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