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This is a great idea! Thanks for taking all the time to get this going. I hope there is some powerful interaction on the wiki. I took a quick look this morning and really like what I see. I am hoping to be able to use this to get through some thick skulls that I have been pounding away at!

Sandra Dickinson

I too am passionate about using web2.0 tools to harness the collective intelligence of the nonprofit community. I totally applaud your initiative -when you can't find exactly what you're looking for - you gotta make it yourself!

I recently launched a wiki and a blog dedicated to social entrepreneurs making an elearning game together to solve the mystery of earned income venture profitability.

To check and see if I'm the only one who thinks this is a good idea, I set up a poll.

You are cordially invited to Take the Poll: Can making an elearning game together help social entrepreneurs solve the mystery of earned income profitability?

You can also access the Poll thru my recent blog post at:

Even more fun: submit your own poll question in the Discussion. I’m thinking this poll widget might be a handy way for us to quickly get at our pressing collective questions about profitability. And lay some groundwork for discovering our collective solutions.

I will add a link to your new wiki. Maybe we can reciprocally boost nonprofit engagement with these new tools. :-)

Sandra Dickinson

repost of my blog link:

(apparently my original link is going to general wordpress page, not my blog, no idea why) :(


Yes, i like this! That's the beauty of the internet, users win, businesses win, and non-profits win! This wiki will be great, because sometimes all they lack is the learning or rather the time to go out and study.

Beth Kanter

Great post. Michelle - please tag stuff with nptech or else I might miss it for weekly round up. This is too good not to share.

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