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By Tom Watson on June 10, 2008No Comment

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I was pleased to moderate the panel “Social Media: Philanthropy in a Connected World” at last week’s 2008 CECP Corporate Philanthropy Summit at the Time Warner Center in Manhattan. Terrific group: Allison Fine, author of Momentum, Fortune Magazine senior editor David Kirkpatrick, and Sean Parker, co-founder of Causes on Facebook (and MySpace). The discussion centered around how companies and their employees can use social networking to support causes and philanthropic initiatives. I think there may be video up soon, and will pass it along.

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