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Pam Smith

Sorry I couldn't get to this in the end - I had a ticket but travelling to London and back for a 4 hour event didn't work out with the rest of my week in the end. :(

Thanks for uploading the talks.

I gave a talk about i-church at a theological college last week what was really great was that for the first time the Q & A moved beyond *can* you do this to the deeper points about how and why you do it.

Linda Sines

sweet pdf! Thanks!

Tim  Snyder

Brilliant! I spoke with another magazine editor just the other day along some similar lines. She wanted bullet point "best practices" and I gave her more of an invitation to imagination...that might have ensured I don't get quoted in that piece, but I think you're right on.

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