About Later OneSpace

I can sympathize when an organization does not respond to a suggestion to collaborate with another on a common goal. Proposing a new project for any organization to implement represents a challenge given that in all likelihood they are doing all they can just to accomplish their primary mission and still stay afloat financially. Organizations in related fields also compete for limited funding opportunities, so it’s a dog-eat-dog world that does not make it easy for anyone to take a creative leap.
But for those who push the envelope, the benefit is being seen as leading the pack.
The original idea actually was some kind of notebook, in progress, one page, then another (one of the benefits of using static html pages rather than a Blog is you can create a story line). See OneSpace Development.

Through personal experience in various organizations, I noticed that nonprofits do little promoting of other sites working on similar issues. For example, human rights organizations that research the plight of refugees often do not directly work with those groups actively engaged in implementation.

Specialization occurs not only in dividing up the progressive community by issue, but also within the management ideas, fundraising, and implementation.

1. generate an idea (relatively easy).

2. presenting it (relatively easy).

3. raising money (not easy).

4. organizing/coordinating (not easy).

5. implementation (way beyond not easy).