The Architecture of Social Spaces
> In my post yesterday on using technology and social business strategies to blur the boundaries between inside and outside the business I noted that some of these ideas aren’t dissimilar to techniques used by architects to do similar things with internal and external spaces.
I spent quite a while talking to space planners and architects who worked in this sphere back in my [GRID editing days](http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2003/10/grid_issue_1_on.html). I’ve been reminded more than once of their thought processes as I investigate out own community building efforts,
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