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Last night when I was putting this talk togther, I got a last minute bolt of inspiration from Ethan Zuckerman's talk at E-Tech called the cute cat theory. It's call the cute dog theory. Notes and links on the wiki.
March 14, 2008 in cute dog theory, facebook, flickr, org2.0, policy, social media, socialnetworks, twitter | Permalink
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I'm honored. Looks like a great talk, Beth.
March 14, 2008 at 11:47 PM
Hey Beth, thanks so much for highlighting The Nature Conservancy's digital photo contest on Flickr in your presentation -- both we and all our Flickr photographers really appreciate it!
And, of course, I'm a true blue believer in your Cute Dog Theory. Note the golden puppy in the avatar... :)
Jonathon D. Colman |
March 17, 2008 at 04:05 AM
Obviously this is only for the UK'ers but if any voluntary, non-profits WANT a cute little Border Collie (both parents working dogs) then I've 2 left .. and oh yeah .. they're VERY cute. Contact the profile owner at http://tinyurl.com/2q3g5r
Dog name: [insert name]
Alison Lowndes |
March 17, 2008 at 03:32 PM
I attended your presentation for the Funders Network last week and want learn how I can use social networking in my home town of Northampton, MA to help grow a non-profit engaged in local solutions to global warming & energy depletion. I'd like to link us up to like-goaled groups nation (world) wide, and also connect individuals & neighborhoods in Northampton to each other during a "challenge" we are creating to reduce carbon emissions. What social networking options do you recommend?
Thanks for any help you can give?
Lilly Lombard |
March 21, 2008 at 09:43 PM
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