Thanks to Jonathan Colman, we have a NpTech Room on FriendFeed - which is essentially a way for a group of people to share their feeds with one another. (Need to catch up on what the heck FriendFeed is? See my primer.)
Jonathan set this up on Sunday night and within 24 hours we have 27 nonprofit technology techies in there - quite the conversation cafe at the moment.
So, I've cooked up a little experiment that combines NpTech Punk with FriendFeed conversation and resource sharing between peers. Ready to play?
Here's how to participate.
2.) Join the NpTech FriendFeed Room (can't find it, leave a comment and I'll send you an invite)
3.) Collaborate Task:
Louis Gray is the poweruser of FriendFeed. He has a del.icio.us account with a couple hundred bookmarks tagged Friend Feed.
Find a resource that resonates with you or helps you think about how FriendFeed might be useful to you personally or to your organization.
Share that link in the NpTech FriendFeed Room
Add a comment about why think it's useful
Participate in the comment discussion on other items
I will do a summary as part of this week's NpTech Tag Roundup ... okay, ready, go!