Tell your tale

If you think you’re an experimental innovator, tell us about what that’s like.

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Label is “experimental.” Feel free to attach a photo. Your account may be edited for length, so please don’t be too wordy. We also might use it on the Web site ArtsOf Innovation.com.

Unsure what an experimental innovator is? Start at the ArtsOfInnovation.com home page.

If you think you’re a conceptual innovator, you’re welcome to tell us what that’s like.

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Label it “conceptual.” Feel free to attach a photo. Your account may be edited for length, so please don’t be too wordy. It also might be featured on ArtsOf Innovation.com.

Unsure what a conceptual innovator is? See the ArtsOfInnovation.com home page.

Are you unsure whether you’re more of an experimental innovator or more of a conceptual innovator? We’d like to read how those characteristics interact.

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Label it “unsure.” Feel free to attach a photo. Your account may be edited for length, so please don’t be too wordy. It might also go on ArtsOf Innovation.com.

Unsure what experimental and conceptual innovators are? Start on the ArtsOfInnovation.com

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2 Responses to Tell your tale

  1. robin says:

    i like face book buuuuuttt i dont like the adds i want to talk with people that i dont see very often i dont need the constant niggle to look at adds that frankly are more adds like you get on movies that you rent.

    i would rather pay money for the service and none of those (extras) than have it be free!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Tom Boswell says:

    I like to you and Facebook for saving a High School in North Wildwood. We used Facebook to get support to help us get the message out. A team of supporters started (Keep Wildwood Catholic High School Alive) on facebook. It grew and grew till we had support from around the world. Yesterday we won, and Wildwood Catholic is staying open. Thank You Facebook

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