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Saturday, June 16, 2007

Buinding a non profit org on the cheap.

Good ideas from the folks at FROG via Guy Kawasaki. I'm rethinking some of the ways my organization does things. I need to look more into google docs. and other free web applications. Any of you used google docs? What's been your experience?

2 comments:

  1. Scott from GuyFROG here...Google docs has been pretty handy but for a lot of the stuff we do, a wiki really would have been more appropriate, it's just that some of our folks had a pretty difficult time understanding how to use it. So they didn't.

    There are a number of useful wiki tools at JotSpot, also a Google aquired tool, you should check it out when it's open to new users. In the meantime, pbwiki and others work well...good luck!

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  2. thanks scott... i must confess that I'm a little behind the times on the web apps. I need to do some more research and see what could work for us.

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