always enjoy John McKnight, and read many of his articles so many years ago...we talked at TASH when John O'Brien and Steve Taylor and Zana Lutfiyya facilitated that strand on community building (in my book, Racino, Personnel preparation in disability and community life, 2000, p.208). John McKnight gave an exceptional presentation that year as the keynoter. Pat Rogan and I taught an assignment in our course, Community services and systems change (Racino, 1999) based on his initial mapping work (and analysis of the Knights of Columbus, and so forth). My favorite of his articles is "Do no harm" (which is, I think, a good stance toward the world), and believe he is "right on" with neighborhood development and asset mapping (including the reports on his website in 2011). Currently, he is nearer my field of public administration than the disability field unless deeply involved in city development and evaluations, and so forth. Go Northwestern University (Evanston campus and downtown Chicago).