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“It always begins with a whisper in the hallway…”

posted by jmcgee


And who knows better about whispers than Rocco Palmo? 

He stopped by the offices of “Currents” recently and was interviewed for a segment that we call “I WITNESS.”

Among other things, he talked about why he does what he does.

Take a look. (Trivia buffs will note that the office he’s using for the segment belongs to Your Humble Blogger.)

Related: Lino Rulli interviews Rocco.

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Holly Hansen

posted March 18, 2010 at 10:40 am

“Whispers” is a regular part of my daily web surfing. Thanks ! Love seeing Rocco.

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Fran Rossi Szpylczyn

posted March 18, 2010 at 10:49 am

Whispers is must reading material indeed! And I know that office, I’ve been in that office! Very cool. I am so glad to see the connection with NET and Rocco, good material all around.

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