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Thursday, November 8, 2007

Web 2.0 Training Teaches Nonprofits Benefits Of MySpace Stripper Friends, Ninja Vs. Pirate Competition

Posted By on Thu, Nov 8, 2007 at 12:29 PM

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Hey nonprofits, have you heard about this cool new social networking thing? No? It's really awesome. You can reach all kinds of impressionable young people and appeal to their naive sense of idealism, at little or no cost! Find out all about it next Thursday at Web 2.0 Training For Nonprofits, at the San Francisco Zoo. Topics will include using MySpace, Facebook, YouTube and Change.org. Learn the fine arts of pimping your profile in style, posting incessant bulletins and SuperPoking!

Web 2.0 pic from piticstyle.com

-- Brian Bernbaum

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