Okay, I feel as if

Okay, I feel as if I’m back. I know you’ve all been hankering for some good links (you have, haven’t you?) and some good news.
There’s the urbane and the profane today. Let’s start with the profane:
A number of artists (I don’t know what else to call these people of brilliance) have compiled a solid map of Springfield. Yes, the place in which the Simpson’s reside. Yes, the cartoon show on Fox. Yes, they compiled the map probably from watching hours and hours of the Simpsons. As my colleague said after seeing this, “God Bless America.”
Now the urbane:
My friend and colleague Jason Scott, recently finished a very large and well written document on the Internet’s influence by and on nonprofits. Funded by the Flatiron Foundation (part of the Flatiron Partners, the VC firm) and The Atlantic Philanthropies, it’s an excellent report on the state not only of the Web generally, but on how nonprofits have succeeded and could succeed through Web practices and technologies. One small plug: I designed the report. The title: After the Bubble: Investing in Internet-Based Social Enterprise in Challenging Times.

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