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Exploring Virtual Connections

Recently, for Adapting to Scarcity, I have been exploring the ins and outs of virtually organizing. There is a LOT to comb through. … Read More»

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The Wisdom of Us

Right now I am reading The Wisdom of Crowds by James Surowiecki, which turns on its head the assumption that a group of people is only as smart as its smartest member. … Read More»

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Introduction to Online Tech for Nonprofits

A few of you (great response! … Read More»

Girl Revolution

The world is waking up to the fact that the greatest force for global change is growing up before our very eyes. Read More »

"When you begin to undo whatever negativity was instilled, you see they become a totally different species."

Betty Makoni | Founder, Girl Child Network, Zimbabwe

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"Social Media Allows Reports Despite Tehran's Curbs" (NPR)

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Past Gathering: BlogHer 2009: In Real Life

Join BlogHer for their fifth annual conference to recognize the fact that blogging, whether personal, professional, or political, has facilitated real connections, real productivity, and real progress in our lives. Read More »

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VOF Week 4: Our Voices Matter

I hope to live my life in a way that is: 1) true to my divine existence, 2) consistent with what my ancestors wished, fought and died for, 3) in harmony with Mother Nature, 4) sustainable, 5) full of … Read More»

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10 ways that Social Media (web 2.0 & all that) will change in 2009!

The following link to a very clear-sighted article was passed on by a colleague recently, and I thought it might make interesting reading for my friends on Pulse! … Read More»

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VOF Week 1: (Women Given Voice with Web 2.0)

It should not come as a surprise to anyone (unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 50 years) that women are underrepresented in all forms and functions of media. … Read More»

Conduit for a Continent

Ory Okolloh is turning heads in cyberspace. A young Kenyan lawyer and activist whose family struggled to send her to school and whose father died of AIDS, she is bent on communicating that Africa is no sob story. Okolloh is devoting her life to letting the world know that the continent is loaded with the power of the people and their solutions. Read More »

“As Africans we need to start challenging our leaders. We need to start taking responsibility for our continent.”

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