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The Internet Facilitates Generosity

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Affaf Al-Riyami

on 14 April 2013

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Transcript of The Internet Facilitates Generosity

Outline Introduction Why people give away their time and knowledge for free? What are the various ways in which the internet can facilitate generosity Lets Discuss ! Lets Discuss ! Always Remember: Conclusion “What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal.” ~ Albert Pine (English author) CollaborativeConsumption.com PatientsLikeMe.com GiftFlow.org OurGoods.org Sparked.com ThredUp.com Kiva.org DonorsChoose.org OnlineDonations.org.om CouchSurfing.com
Lets Discuss:
Why giving away knowledge & time?
Internet ways of Generosity Websites that enable generosity Conclusion Thank You! Any Questions? M-Zohoor.com Rekaaz.com Online Advertisements Why people give away their time and knowledge for free The various ways in which the internet can facilitate generosity Websites dealing with the aspect of generosity
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