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Of Wealth and Virtue: The Instructive Story of Cornelius Vanderbilt

For-Profit Philanthropy Blogging: A View from the Dumpster

Sean defends making a buck off philanthropy blogging.  Given the inoffensive opinions most philanthropy bloggers hold, it doesn't matter much if they take ads, get paid to blog, or use their blog as a marketing tool for a business.  The interesting thing about blogging, though, is that it still provides an outlet for those who write from the margins. We are still here, fewer of us, as a percentage of the total, but a growing embarrassment. Here right in the middle of the Philanthropic Capital Market, I sit in my Dumpster,  preaching the mortification of the flesh, as did Jesus and Diogenes. So I drive traffic to my distinguished patron, she who rules us all. Many are called and few are chosen. I am not worthy to kiss the sole of her boot.