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December 14, 2007


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Hector Dalton

Henry, a Merry Christmas to you. This week in Tokyo I was struck again by how small the world is, and how far "acting locally" can really reach. It all happened during a 3M meeting here in Japan.

A couple of visitors were here from St Paul, which is of course not that uncommon. One of the visitors I knew, the other, Jeff, I just met that morning for the first time. We started chatting at the start of the meeting, when the vistor Jeff told me, "you are famous back in Woodbury". I started laughing and of course said I hoped it wasn't something awful that made me famous. He then proceeded to tell me that he reads your blog and had read about your visit to Japan to see us. At that point the other folks in the room were trying to figure out what he was talking about so we explained who you were and what your blog was about. Maybe you will pick up some curious Japanese readers!

You don't need to post this, but just wanted to say hi and Merry Christmas!

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