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MSFT Stack Message Board › Shifting Culture from "Us and them" to "How can we help?"

Shifting Culture from "Us and them" to "How can we help?"

Steph L.
stephlocke
Group Organizer
Cardiff, GB
Post #: 4
Here is the presentation - play with Tom's flower
http://tomato.github....­

I think we should all be trying to blame less and help more!
Jack W.
user 90312152
Bristol, GB
Post #: 1
I clicked on the link - is something supposed to happen?
Steph L.
stephlocke
Group Organizer
Cardiff, GB
Post #: 6
Yup, but only when you use your direction keys! It's basically a manual slideshow
Jack W.
user 90312152
Bristol, GB
Post #: 2
I was wondering why clicking the mouse didn't work...
Thanks Steph! :o)
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