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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?


  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!

  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.