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March 30, 2007

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Phil

"Many pieces loosely joined," as David Weinberger says, yet among philanthropy blogs the weave seems to be tightening.

Albert Ruesga

The philanthropy blogs have gotten a real boost from Sean's "Giving Carnivals" at Tactical Philanthropy and from Peter Panepento at the Chronicle of Philanthropy. But let's give credit where credit is due: You, Phil, have been the great pioneer of philanthropy blogging, and there were many times when yours was the only voice crying in this particular wilderness. The rest of us johnnies-come-lately are in your debt.

The weave appears to be tightening. It's still a lot of warp with litte woof.

Phil

Thanks, Albert. Now we seem to have a small audience, what could be done with it, for a larger purpose? Your points about the weakness of the web for organizing more than talk are well taken. At least we seem to have disconcerted some of the existing players, and made a space for new voices. What now?

Albert Ruesga

Thanks. I blogged your question here.

Gerry Kirk

I like LinkedIn.com for getting answers to questions, because I am posing them to people who know people I know. I get quality answers on a variety of topics in a timely fashion. Not a total panacea, but one of the best resources I've come across on the web.

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