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Amy Sample Ward

I think this is a great start the conversation of learning from the Be The Media project. In my participation so far, I have found the direct links you always include to be really helpful for busy people to jump right in with less time wasted finding where to put the info in their heads!

I'm excited to be part of it and to see where it goes!

Fran Loosen

Another lens on the same question...can you work wikily without a specific, established community to tap into? I'm working on a project that aims to understand how innovation works in small and midsize npos, and is using a wiki to gather and share information. The challenge is that there is no specific "innovation" group or community to target, which makes it challenging to get moving. Wiki seems to be such a great tool for gathering people to share ideas, but how do inspire participation when there is no set social network to email/tickle/poke?
Here's a link to the wiki if you'd like to check it out:

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