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Book Report: Where the Bluebird…

March 6, 2014

“Look at any book that is western in its feel—Roughing It, The Grapes of Wrath, The Big Sky, The Big Rock Candy Mountain, On the Road, The Way to Rainy Mountain—and you will find that it is a book not about place but about motion, not about fulfillment but about desire. There is always a seeking, generally unsatisfied.”

—Wallace Stegner, Where the Bluebird Sings to the Lemonade Springs

Our take
American literature, and America itself has always been all about motion, about progress. And this is the same for networks. Networks are fundamentally about motion towards an aspirational identity. And the best network builders design for motion.

About our book reports
You know how you often read a book but there are one or two powerful and critical lines that spin your head around? Us too. We read. A lot. In our book reports we’ll share those most powerful passages.
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Book Report: Where the Bluebird…

Charlie Brown

CEO & Founder

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