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February 07, 2010

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Oh, the irony! Forrester establishing itself as a leading expert of the social experience by breaking social's cardinal rule of sharing.

Next, they should try becomming a leader in innovation and then tell their analysts not to suggest anything that hasn't been tried, tested and true.

Seriously, I can't believe they are banning the individual freedom of voice on the Internet. They really dated their way of thinking with that move. I think the star basketball player comment cuts to the core of the problem - they are intimidated by their own players, yet they don't get that their individual people are the corporate brand. Great post.

lol...great cartoons!!

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