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Lore

Hi Craig,

This sounds like an excellent read. Thank you.

I have a question, how do you define social capital and what's
the difference between social capital and social support?

Thank you.

Lore

Alex, aka Socialbutterfly

Thanks for the lead on the book Craig! I will be sure to look that one up. Seems like it might support why I chose the word "influence" as my "2008 Word of the Year."

Hope all is well!
-Alex

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