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Gordon, L. (1998). Tech wise: nonprofits join the revolution. Nonprofit World 16 (5), 37-41.
Gore, A. (1991). Information superhighway: the next information revolution. The Futurist, 21- 23.
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Greene, S.G. (2001). Astride the digital divide: many charities struggle to make effective use of new technology. The Chronicle of Philanthropy. Available at http://philanthropy.com/free/articles/v13/i06/06000101.htm
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Grobman, G.M. (2001). The nonprofit organization’s guide to e-commerce. Harrisburg: White Hat Communications.
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Grobman, G.M. & Grant, G.B. (1999). The Wilder nonprofit field guide to getting started on the Internet. Minneapolis: Amherst H. Wilder Foundation.
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Lee, H.K. & Dea, D.D. (1997). Unleashing the power of your Web site. Association Management 49, 39-47.
Lee, G., & Perry, J. (2002). Are computers boosting Productivity? A test of the paradox in state governments. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 12, 77-102.
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McFarlan, F.W. (2002). Technology: turning organizations inside out. Association Management 54 (3), 46-51.
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