Working Wikily Blog Up
Posted by Allison Fine on November 21, 2008
A few months back the Monitor Institute and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation released the paper, “Working Wikily“. It’s a terrific overview for philanthropic efforts of working in connected way — I highly recommend it.
This week, the Monitor Institute launched a blog to further develop the ideas of collaborative, networked philanthropic action called, naturally, the Working Wikily Blog! It’s a very thoughtful place and one of the few areas that I’ve seen dedicated to figuring out ow to activate and measure social networks for social change.
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