Sunday, March 28, 2010

The National Networker Weekly Newsletter, Articles and Updates: 03.28.2010 - [Condensed Version]

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Dear Readers:

This posting represents a slight departure from my usual agenda. Having said this, those of you who know a bit about me will understand that sometimes a slight departure from our habits, patterns and repetitive tasks gives us a renewed and improved perspective.

The world is getting smaller, but is feeling terribly crowded and noisy, with so many voices crying out for attention -- some need humanitarian aid, some want to market us their products and services, and some want to express their feelings or promote their ideologies.

As an Internationalist and a Global Futurist, I see both obstacles and opportunities in this crowded but sometimes very lonely room.

With all of this talk about buzz-to-brand, social media, viral marketing and networking, we cannot afford to lose sight of the most important thing: Our sacred Humanity. This world can be whatever we choose it to be if we cooperate and collaborate. In a world where so many peoples are at war, so many are homeless and hungry, so many are suffering unexpected financial calamities, so many are still shaking from a spate of natural disasters...and where everyone is treading cautiously in a state of frightful uncertainty, we must build together.

Together... the only alternative is apart; and remaining apart has never created a civilization or initiated commerce.


Douglas Castle

p.s. The material which follows has been reprinted, with permission, from The National Networker Weekly Newsletter, Articles and Updates: 03.28.2010 - Condensed Version. I believe that you will find some of the updates and articles of great interest, and I am delighted to have the opportunity to share them with you.

The National Networker Weekly Newsletter, Articles and Updates: 03.28.2010 - [Condensed Version]

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