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Allison Fine

This slide show is amazing! Really sticky is the notion that you can't make a network do something, you can only participate in it. Really powerful

Bill Pratt

Beth- Glad that I ran across your blog in my search for info on how my organization (Big Sky Institute for the Advancement of Nonprofits) can use social media to share its message about developing nonprofit and philanthropic infrastructure for Philanthropic Divide and other Rural states. We have a modest website, but I believe that social media can get more immediate discussion re: these issuse and help drive folks to the site that has lots of good resources. Check us out at www.bigskyinstitute.org.

I don't know if you remember me but I was on the Arts Wire board when I worked with the Montana Arts Council. Things have sure evolved since we were urging arts groups to use email. I still feel like a newby.

Best, Bill

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