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People in Aid
Board discussion: London, July 2008
        www.ianjindal.com
• Web herrings

                      – “push”
                        conversation - we
                        ‘give you...
• The house of
                      many charms


                    • People don’t read,
                      they wan...
Ian Jindal: People in Aid - Board presentation - 8 July, 2008
Ian Jindal: People in Aid - Board presentation - 8 July, 2008
Ian Jindal: People in Aid - Board presentation - 8 July, 2008
Ian Jindal: People in Aid - Board presentation - 8 July, 2008
Ian Jindal: People in Aid - Board presentation - 8 July, 2008
Ian Jindal: People in Aid - Board presentation - 8 July, 2008
Ian Jindal: People in Aid - Board presentation - 8 July, 2008
Ian Jindal: People in Aid - Board presentation - 8 July, 2008
Ian Jindal: People in Aid - Board presentation - 8 July, 2008
Ian Jindal: People in Aid - Board presentation - 8 July, 2008
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Ian Jindal: People in Aid - Board presentation - 8 July, 2008

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A presentation made to the Board of People in Aid (http://www.peopleinaid.org/) at their request, looking at the challenges and opportunities offered by the web, web2.0, social web etc etc for a distributed, global, charitable network.

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Ian Jindal: People in Aid - Board presentation - 8 July, 2008

  1. 1. People in Aid Board discussion: London, July 2008 www.ianjindal.com
  2. 2. • Web herrings – “push” conversation - we ‘give you web’ – Web as ‘technology’ – Web as library • Consider flows • “No-tech” - it’s free. “So last century”
  3. 3. • The house of many charms • People don’t read, they want to “do” • Portals, outbound marketing... noise • Stakeholder confusion Lipstick on a pig

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