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Seth Mazow

Great topic. For the upteenth time, I wish I could be there.

I'd like to disagree about some of the reasons why "your nonprofit shouldn't consider a blog."

Interplast started a blog even though the vast majority of our clients (poor children around the world with injuries or congenital deformities) aren't online, and most of our donor base, while online, doesn't blog/tag/aggregate. We also have issues of doctor/patient safety in some of the countries where we work, and Internet access is always a problem.

Despite having lots of these issues, we still blog and treat it as a critically important tool for communicating. So I would say that the second category should be less drastic sounding than "Your nonprofit shouldn't consider a blog".

Just my two cents. Regardless, I bet it will be an interesting panel. Is there any live audio that you know of?

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