David Amerland

4 months ago ·

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The people I associate with and who engage with me continue to shape some of my thinking. In this week's five-links-deep dive Bruce McTague is responsible for almost half of them. Thinkers who make us think should always hold a special place in our world, not least because they force us to re-examine the world and discover facets of it we had overlooked. Stay awesome peeps and, as always, stay safe.

#people #sundayvibes #sundaythoughts #sundayread

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