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Tom L.


Notre Dame, IN

Member since:

May 5, 2008

What's your passion? What social good/technology project are you most excited about?

No answer yet

What do you think is the most effective social web tool for nonprofits?

Wish I knew. There's revolution in the making, here. Wikis are a big piece of it. But tools to map people and small chunks of money 1 to 1 and onto other people must be coming soon. Social Security Crisis? Map one volunteer onto one person in need, and transfer ssn benefits from those who don't need them to those who do--bypass legislation. Vote with your mouse. Micro-grants. Micro-donors. All with the ease of social networking and e-commerce. When I find such tools, I'll recommend them as the most effective social web tools for nonprofits. Peace.


I'm using wikis both in science education (sjhsrc.wikispaces.c­om) and in a nonprofit context (bosco-uganda.wikisp­


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