Charities are now too easy to set up given communications technology. When combined with the honourable reasons and powerful emotions of the founders they proliferate. And as Adele Horin observed in the Sydney Morning Herald, persist for all the wrong reasons.
Same problem with industry and professional associations. Another ‘dad’s army’ of small inefficient enterprises. As with charities they are past their use by date as online Social Networks can deliver most of what they do for free. Continue reading “Past Charity and Past Associations: Social Networking the Destroyer” »