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Does a bestselling author have more to say than someone who has written a brilliant book that didn’t sell? Does a tenured professor at Yale deserve more credence than someone doing breakthrough work at a local state school?

Casey Strachan‘s insight:

Underdogs unite 😉 according to Seth, the permeability of the web means that you don’t have to start at the top, don’t have to get picked by TED or a by a big blog or by anyone with influence to be heard, recognized or influence. 

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