Monthly Archive: August 2008

Aug 31

Blog Day sharing

BlogDay posting instructions:

1. Find 5 new Blogs that you find interesting 2. Notify the 5 bloggers that you are recommending them as part of BlogDay 2008 3. Write a short description of the Blogs and place a link to the recommended Blogs 4. Post the BlogDay Post (on August 31st) and 5. Add …

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Aug 30

Unposted comment about nonprofit 20

I submitted this to a blog asking where nonprofits were doing social networking and knowledge management. Specifically he was asking why foundations are not supporting social networks and knowledge networks. My comment was not posted–and when I went to check another comment had been posted (so he does post comments).  Thus I am sharing it …

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Aug 27

Relationship building

I was writing in response to a question posed by Mark Carter on facebook this morning. He asked what does one do to build relationship after the hello.

And I wrote about authenticity and being as the crucial elements to making relationships. But this line came pouring out, and it didn’t fit the rest of …

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Aug 21

14 – 7 – 5 Adventure Part 1

Windfarms are like giant flower gardens.

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Aug 21

Rebuild

Absolutely brilliant article by my new Chicago pal, Jo. Not only does she write in a way that explains why things are the way they are, but she does it in an elegant and engaging fashion.

“The nation’s skeleton is as fragile as the candy-cane bones sucked down to threads on Cinco de Mayo.”

Gorgeous! …

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