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December 10, 2004

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Bob Jacobson

The issue, Scott, isn't how many organizations you can set up, but how many survive the initial thrill of "community" to actually get something done. Neither Meet-Up nor any other entity has yet moved the technology beyond its abiity to organize meetings so that it teaches how to manage, and supports, continuous organization and mobilization.

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