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February 28, 2007


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I would love to work on anything connected with solving global conflicts, hunger, illiteracy and poverty. Please let me know if you are still interested in doing this.



Hi Deepa — Thanks for your comment and your enthusiasm for such good causes!

I'm more interested actually in seeing what's out there already. It takes so much time and energy to start something, and I don't have that time and energy. So I'm very curious to see what Web 2.0 has produced at this point.

The Literacy Site (and The Hunger Site, et al) have been around since Web 1.0...

When I come across anything along these lines, I'll write an update. If you find anything, please feel free to leave another comment.

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