Response to ISM-Community

Posted March 1st, 2007 by

Well, I’m shocked.  I thought maybe people would trickle into ISM-Community and that it would be a gradual growth of users, chapters, and forum posts.  For the first 2 days, I have to say it’s been an overwhelming response, more than I was expecting.  To be honest, I didn’t know what to expect, and if it was just hyperbole.

I’m still trying to land on my feet, so to say, and things just keep coming.  Things are still fun, I guess we’re in the NPO honeymoon stage.  If this pace keeps up, though, I’m going to need to clone myself into a random array of redundant Mikes just to be able to sleep.

This is what I miss about the dotcom era.  Even though I ended up broke, divorced, and homeless by the time it was over, by God it sure was a fun ride at times. =)

The lesson of the ISM-Community launch is that there is a need for what we want to accomplish, and there are people who realize that there are things in a NPO that you can’t do elsewhere.  For example, create joint intellectual property where normally it would be a proprietary process, tool, etc.

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