Sunday, October 21, 2007

Cogdogroo in SouthOz

I'm looking forward to Alan Levine's visit to Adelaide tomorrow as part of his Cogdogroo tour DownUnder in October, 2007.
Alan has already caught up with Michael Coghlan and Graham Wegner, sampling some real SouthOz hospitality and conversations - with Twitter featuring prominently.
Check out the Twitter Life Cycle diagram to see where Michael and Graham sit on the adoption curve.

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