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January 21, 2008

Interesting comments/dialogue over at Gift Hub in response to Phil's comment about Rich Polt's post here at PhilanTopic about communicating impact.

The January Giving Carnival is in full swing at Trista Harris' New Voices of Philanthropy, where the topic is, What will the foundation of the future look like?

In New York magazine, Jennifer Senior wonders whether the explosion of wealth in America is creating a generation of Paris Hiltons.

Allison Fine has started a conversation on her blog about evaluating the value of social networks.

Lucy Bernholz asks what transparency really looks like in a foundation context and wonders whether we're there yet.

Michele Martin at the Bamboo Project has a nice post on the nine lessons she learned from running her first webinar.

Eduwonkette, our favorite education blogger, has a snazzy new home at the Education Week web site.

And the anonymous blogger who blogs at Don't Tell the Donor.org celebrates a milestone -- his/her 500th post. Congrats!

-- Mitch Nauffts

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