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Chris Needham

That story about it being invented "30 years ago" is 20-some years old itself. Here's a video from 1967.

Thanks for the heads up. I've updated the dates above, and added a link to that video. ~Katie


i like hockey. Very nice thanks.


What a fun example for PO! I really like the storytelling here, and the video links so we can actually see what underwater hockey looks like. thanks


Wow sounds awesome, I have never heard of if so far!


This got me pretty interested in Provocative Operations, and wondering how people come up with really useful provocative statements and whether we could target those questions a bit.

See http://fivewhys.wordpress.com/2012/02/09/provocative-statements/

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