I've been away for quite awhile, vacationing and working in Australia, Canada, and several U.S. cities. All that time on planes means I've got a lot on my mind. Here's an opportunity for some reader feedback - please post a comment on which of the following you'd like me to rant about. Most (or most interesting comments) will determine next posts:
1) The possibilities for philanthropy represented in the Omidyar's recent $100 million gift to Tufts (Not your father's Alma Mater donation)
2) What Microsoft's shift to selling internet services might portend (Windows Live! Office Live! Philanthropy Live?)
3) All those big technology changes and huge gifts are fine, but what about the rest of us? (Cool philanthropic activities for the little people)
how about talk about how small biz can get invovled in philanthropy -- particularly with K-12 education. we hear a LOT about MS, IBM, Wachovia, et al offering education programs/leading initiatives .. but the little guy is left out of those conversations.
Any pearls of wisdom?
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