Last weekend, journalist Alex Williams was kind enough to provide a full page write up in the New York Times' Style Section of the coffee morning Noah and I started called Likemind. After a couple of years, Likemind now takes place in over 55 cities and after this article, no doubt, in quite a few more.

When I talk to people who attend or host from other cities, I learn that Likeminders have their own take on what it is and what they get out of it. It's been an interesting and educational journey for me about networks, human motivations, community and coffee culture. Noah and I have tried not to define what it is or what it does – and that approach has, I think, kept the meeting on the third Friday of every month attractive to so many people. In this article, Alex Williams sort of sees the coffee mornings as un-networking events. The article says:

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