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Awesome! Tweets have made a difference. I knew of the fundraising campaign and intended to contribute. But seeing the goal so close (only 3 more donations for a milestone) motivated me toward action at that moment. I am continually amazed at the power of social media to make small incremental changes felt on sometimes unexpected scales. Beth, thank you for all you do! Anonymous would have been fine for me, but I do believe your circle of influence had as much to do with the donation as the cause. There are SO many good causes, finding something that matters to me (Breast Cancer for pea's sake) or a cause important to someone I trust through a social network is nearly as powerful.


Dear Friend,
A group of researchers at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, are investigating effects of Weblogs on “Social Capital”. Therefore, they have designed an online survey. By participating in this survey you will help researches in “Management Information Systems” and “Sociology”. You must be at least 18 years old to participate in this survey. It will take 5 to 12 minutes of your time.
Your participation is greatly appreciated. You will find the survey at the following link. >
This group has already done another study on Weblogs effects on “Social Interactions” and “Trust”. To obtain a copy of the previous study brief report of findings you can email Reza Vaezi at [email protected].


Awesome Beth, congrats! You truly DO need to start capturing some of this incredible social media data for's sorely needed out there. Been in conferences all week (SexTech/digital S.F. and kids/wellness/health state summit at Champions of Change) and the difference is night and day in the digital technology sphere vs. mainstream institutional best practices. When things calm down, I definitely would love to interview you about this...ttys, Amy

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