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John Kenyon

Speaking of which, while I find Twitter interesting and start to see potential for nonprofits, most of the small and medium sized (under $2 million) orgs I work with are barely maintaining an effective website and email communications and are still trying to figure out more proven tools like some I mention. They have more important skills to master currently, IMHO.

John Kenyon

Tipped the Tuna? Is that like the opposite of Jumping the Shark?

Yes it is, I found it on the Urban Dictionary (def: "Started peaking in popularity" - of course, it is TwitterSpeak.)

Beth Kanter

Looks like web 2.0 has officially tipped the tuna in the nonprofit world!

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