Thanks for the kind words. I do want to continue the book, but I'm now 
the chair of the Agile Alliance board, have grand plans, and don't want 
to shirk those duties by overcommitting (more than usual).

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On Jun 28, 2004, at 7:10 AM, James, Roshan (Cognizant) wrote:

> Well, if requests might convince you continue on the book here is mine:
>
> Please do continue on the book - it was great fun reading and 
> re-reading
> it.
>
> "The real reason for writing this book is that the ideas it 
> communicates
> are neat. There's an intellectual heritage here, a history of people
> building idea upon idea. It's an academic heritage, but not in the 
> fussy
> sense. It's more a joyous heritage of tinkerers, of people buttonholing
> their friends and saying, "You know, if I take that and think about it
> like this, look what I can do!""
>
> I would wish that some of us can do the same, when you have completed.
>
> Regards,
> Roshan James
> http://pensieve.thinkingms.com/
>
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