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First reserve delegate from the New England Conference, Annie MacNeal.

The digital divide is something a lot of folks are talking about at GC2012. In Jay Voorhees words: “This is the first Twitter General Conference.”

First reserve delegate from the New England Conference, Annie MacNeal, stood up last week to speak during a General Administration sub-committee meeting. She used an iPhone app to read some notes she had made in preparation for her remarks. Listen to her talk about what happened next.

Annie is also writing a blog during GC2012.


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