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Notes from Participedia.net meeting at Harvard, Dec 4th & 5th 2009
Tony Curzon Price
Tony Curzon Price
9 December 2009
I figured we might as well share these notes in the spirit of our discussion -- put it out there and see if the crowd can correct/add where it is wrong. You can edit the base Mindmap here.

The "people" section were my notes on going around the room - there are lots of spelling mistakes in names, etc, but might work mnemonically.

The most complete section is the partnerships, which I was note-taking for the group.

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