Question evolution! group posting about tools to multiply the campaign

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The classic book The Starfish and the Spider: The Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organizations discusses the power of organizations which utilize smaller units that are capable of operating, growing and multiplying independently of each other.[1]

(photo obtained from Flickr, see: license agreement),Title: Starfish, Flickr username: sheilaz413, Photographer: Sheila

On December 8, 2011 a Question evolution! campaign group posted:

Our Question evolution! campaign group has decided to develop some tools which will allow independent Question Evolution! groups to grow quickly plus multiply the formation of new groups. We believe such tools will create an army of proliferating Question evolution groups across the United States and across the world.

Publishers Weekly did a review of the classic book The Starfish and the Spider: The Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organizations.

Here is an excerpt of Publishers Weekly review:

Apache Indian tribes "are made up of many smaller units capable of operating, growing and multiplying independently of each other, making it very difficult for a rival force to control or defeat them."

The Texas Question evolution! campaign team has posted a series of blog posts on free tools plus other tools to help you spread the Question evolution! campaign You needn't use all the tools, just grab one of the tools and start hammering away at evolutionism.

For your convenience, below are links to those blog posts so you can find them all in one place plus share them with others more readily:

1. Creating tools so Question Evolution! groups can quickly grow and multiply

2. Free Question evolution! PowerPoint Presentations

3. Using free web conferencing rooms to spread the Question evolution! campaign

4. Question evolution videos and public access channels

5. Get a free Question Evolution website

6. Get free forum software and launch a Question evolution! online forum

7. Get a free Question Evolution! blog

8. Create a Question evolution! blog network

9. Getting even more results from your Question evolution! campaign efforts

10. Spread the Question Evolution! Campaign far and wide on YouTube with ease

11. Create a Question evolution! online community/membership website[2]

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