Many have whispered it, some have called out loud: NING is the future of (social) networking. The concept: micro-local or hyper-local networking. Building local communities with a global exposure.I'm helping out volunteers that want to come and work in India. The organizations they work in - mostly NGO's or grassroots development organizations - are still highly dependent on (foreign) funds to implement their projects. First it was email, next was social networking, next is .. what?My point is: with social networking, viz. NING-working, becomes more and more the norm for engagement on a global AND local scale, what could possibly be a stepping stone for my partner NGO's - if at all - to drive along on the information highway, organizing their information and communication, engagement in general, using a NING site?Could (or should?) NING be an answer to their wish to be heard out there?Or should they simply stick to 'emailing better' and 'building better websites'?Anyone has been through this?Thanks,Camille
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