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December 21, 2004

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» RConversation: BloggerCorps has 1st success story... where to go from here? from extension 337
Maybe this is just my organizational bias (after all CompuMentor was founded on the idea of hooking up technically skilled volunteers with the technology mentors, but it does seem to me that some structure or some something is needed. I'm not sure w... [Read More]

» RConversation: BloggerCorps has 1st success story... where to go from here? from extension 337
Maybe this is just my organizational bias (after all CompuMentor was founded on the idea of hooking up technically skilled volunteers with the technology mentors, but it does seem to me that some structure or some something is needed. [Read More]

» RConversation: BloggerCorps has 1st success story... where to go from here? from extension 337
Maybe this is just my organizational bias (after all CompuMentor was founded on the idea of hooking up technically skilled volunteers with the technology mentors, but it does seem to me that some structure or some something is needed. [Read More]

» Social Entrepreneurship and Project Management from El Oso, El Moreno, and El Abogado
More than anything, this is an open letter to Rebecca MacKinnon of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society who recently set up BloggerCorps amongst much enthusiasm and applause of fellow bloggers only to see it squander in lack of activity and part... [Read More]

» The Next Phase of BloggerCorps from Stanforth.org
...I finally have a little time to catch up and to think about the BloggerCorps questions that Rebecca posted this week. It’s exciting to see that one organization has already benefitted from the site, and yes, as Rebecca points out, much more remains ... [Read More]

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» Project History from Tollana

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marnie webb

crud. Sorry for the trackback spam. I was using a manual tool and it looks like the error message was wrong and it did, indeed, work.

stefanos pantagis

I hear micheal Moore is doing a movie on the pharmaceutical industry.

interesting if citizens proactively monitored drug research with the power of google scholar like tools.

Costs also come to mind: there should be more a focus on price than on marketing with us pharmaceitical companies.

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