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Who would you expect to win a "most influential person online" contest? A Googler? Seth Godin? Ashton Kutcher? 30,000 names were submitted to Fast Company and the results are now in...
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from Jill 1450 Days ago #
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Certainly not who you'd expect!

Danny had done an interesting write up here when it first came out online:

http://daggle.com/fast-company-influence-project-2266




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from Sebastian 1449 Days ago #
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There are literally boatloads of red crabs living in the oceans. Although all of them could've voted for me, I'm not the most influential crab in the pond. In fact, I'm a lazy crab coz I don't bother spamming useless contests. Now what does this tell you about life, the universe, and everything? You're right.



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from Jill 1449 Days ago #
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Interestingly enough, I had never heard of this while it was going on. I don't think most in our space really cared or noticed it.



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