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David Jennings

Interesting discussion on physical spaces for fellows to meet and work together 1 Reply

One of the things I'm trying to build into this OpenRSA ning is a lightweight means of keeping up with other RSA discussions and updates. Currently this mainly relies on the automated 'feed' of "Fr...

Tagged: Tessy Britton, meeting, networking

Started by David Jennings. Last reply by David Wilcox Sep 3.

David Wilcox

Network weaving: joining up the many RSA spaces 2 Replies

There's now a Ning-based RSA Fellowship Council site where Stephen Coleman has started an interesting (if slightly familiar) discussion about communication inside RSA, and RSA's possible role in pr...

Tagged: socialreporting, ning

Started by David Wilcox. Last reply by David Wilcox Sep 3.

Peter Bebb

Effective Governance Network

There’s now an Effective Governance Network on OpenRSA. If you answer ‘yes’ to the following questions, the Network is probably right for you and vice versa: - Have the credit crunch and the corpor...

Started by Peter Bebb Aug 18.

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www.makemoneywith-google.com is now a member of OpenRSA
18 hours ago
Tessy post is a great piece of work, and I've tried to link it with other ideas on online/offline network development now under discussion in the networks group. Others welcome over there.
on Thursday
Thanks Lizzie - hi all Couldn't agree more about linking face-to-face and online - and see David J's post picking up Tessy Britton's excellent ideas on physical spaces. Overall, I've now opened up a discussion within the networks group (anyone wel...
on Thursday
David Jennings added a discussion
One of the things I'm trying to build into this OpenRSA ning is a lightweight means of keeping up with other RSA discussions and updates. Currently this mainly relies on the automated 'feed' of "Fresh topics from other RSA networks" that you can f...
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Colin Hicks is now a member of OpenRSA
August 25
The purpose of the Effective Governance Network is to replace the defective global governance system. Join if you believe a new approach is needed to make global governance effective.
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The purpose of the Effective Governance Network is to replace the defective global governance system. Join if you believe a new approach is needed to make global governance effective.
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Frances C .A Gallager is now a member of OpenRSA
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