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I guess the Scandinavian white papers are pretty boring compared with the British. Look at the debates in England and Sweden. It is full of action in England and the opposite parties are at a "saber distance". In Sweden the politicians are sleeping and barely push the voting buttons..."
As a purchaser I often took notes during meeting. Nowadays I use a digital pen called Pulse Smartpen. It has a recording device built in the pen and you use a "dotted" paper. You could then click on a word in your notebook and the pen will play back exactly what you said at that time you wrote down that word."
Mac, Great comment. This could spark a conversation thread, I think! ;) Now it is time to vote! :) Susan: I do think the 80/20 rule - Pareto principle is in play here too. Not all the members of a community want to participate actively in a way that they share comments, vote on stuff, link back, etc. 20% of the readers / visitors will participate with 80% of the content. Hopefully we will have great challenge here at BizSugar, increasing the percentage over time... I do think you could have different roles. I revert you to the Groundswell book and the six different profiles: Creators Critics Collectors Joiners Spectators Inactives Here at BizSugar we want to have all the profiles, excluding the inactives! ;) But you have to accept that a profile could change its activity level and for some reason become an inactive user for some time. No hard feelings here. Don't worry, be happy! Cheerio! :) Susan Oakes of m4bmarketing: "You spend more of your day, reading but not commenting on blogs, following others on Twitter and not participating, reading Google alerts and not taking some action""