Their community works something like this:
What if you took a really interesting topic – like storytelling for example – and got a lot of experts together to talk about it? And what if these experts were taken from a huge variety of fields – film directors, inventors, barristers, prize-winning debaters? And instead of having some sort of long debate, you went around and speed dated – the conversation building, new thoughts bubbling up, and unexpected ideas merging from the unlikeliest corners.
We tried doing this, and called it a Mash Up. And it worked really well. And we did it again, and again, and it kept on working.
And soon we had a lot of experts that we wanted to invite. And we found out a lot more wanted to get in on the action. Soon we had a lot of experts from a lot of places. And MashWorks was born.
The site is private so the screenshot is all you can see, sadly. Neat, eh?
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