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[ba-unrev-talk] Fwd: New book on global brain

>From: Francis Heylighen <fheyligh@vub.ac.be>
>>From: "Ross Dawson" <rossd@ahtgroup.com>
>>To: <fheyligh@vub.ac.be>
>>Subject: New book on global brain
>>Date: Wed, 9 Oct 2002 20:49:32 +1000
>>X-Priority: 3
>>Status: RO
>>Hello Francis,
>>I wanted to quickly thank you for your very interesting work.
>>I also thought you'd be interested in my new book, Living Networks, out 
>>later this month from Financial Times/ Prentice Hall, that examines in 
>>detail the implications for business of the emergence of the global 
>>brain. The book website at 
>><http://www.livingnetworksbook.com>www.livingnetworksbook.com contains 
>>extensive resources including two free chapters for download. Please at 
>>least have a look at the book "sampler", which contains an overview of 
>>the global brain idea. This book is designed for a broad business 
>>audience, in being both accessible and practical. As such, I hope it will 
>>take the global brain concept and its implications to a far wider group 
>>than are currently familiar with it.
>>If you find it interesting please do spread the word on Principia 
>>Cybernetica and wherever else you think people are likely to find it 
>>relevant. I've tried to give away a fair bit of value on the website in 
>>order to encourage people to link to it.
>>Please let me know any thoughts and feedback you have on the book or website.
>>All the best!
>>Ross Dawson
>>CEO, Advanced Human Technologies
>>Author, Living Networks
>>Author, Developing Knowledge-Based Client Relationships
>>Tel (Australia): +61-2 9255 7877
>>Tel (US): 1-415 439 4890
>>E-mail: <mailto:rossd@ahtgroup.com>rossd@ahtgroup.com
>Francis Heylighen
>Center "Leo Apostel"
>Free University of Brussels
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