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Audrie Schaller

Thanks so much for point to me, Beth. Just for clarity, I'm not the techie you are in regards to web 2.0 (and I'm never going to give a lecture on the web 2.0 platform), but have high hopes of encouraging better and expanded practices by nonprofits in their use of collaboration, social-networking sites, blogs, online training, etc. I deal in board issues too, and see them as either enabling the organization to use these technologies or being a major roadblock because they need command and control.

My interest in this issue was facilitated by viewing a blog by a nonprofit that hadn't be updated in a year!!! (Organization withheld to protect the guilty).

Beth Kanter

Audry: Thanks for writing up your thoughts about collaboration. I'm adding the link to your blog.

http://audrieschaller.wordpress.com/2008/01/16/my-brain-hurtsso-much-potential-in-social-media-for-nonprofit-management/

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