GEO Conference Continued: Catch Phrases and Web 2.0

The GEO conference has certainly given me a lot of food for thought, not only for my work but also for this blog. Future posts will delve further into some of the concepts and examples I learned about, but I wanted to offer two additional items for now:

During the flight home this morning, several catch phrases kept ringing in my ears, including “sticky ideas” (a la Chip and Dan Heath), “American Idol philanthropy” and “working wikily.” Stay tuned for more on these.

I also reviewed the copious notes I took during the “Web 2.0 for Grantmakers” session, which was led by Amy Luckey of Blueprint Research & Design, Suki O’Kane of Northern California Grantmakers, and Eric Nee of the Stanford Social Innovation Review. But in true Web 2.0 spirit, the panel posted all their materials and additional resources online at www.ncg.org/geo, so I didn’t have to work too hard to decipher my handwriting. Thanks, guys! Great session.

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1 Response to “GEO Conference Continued: Catch Phrases and Web 2.0”


  1. 1 Amy March 19, 2008 at 3:29 pm

    So glad to hear that you found the session useful! And, thanks for pointing folks to the resources Suki posted online.


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