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San Francisco is the home of namby-pamby social do-gooding tree-hugging activism. From the Sierra Club to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, if you got a cause it’s the place to open an office.

But there’s a gap between those who do good on-line and more traditional organizations. Into the breach comes dot.organize, designed to help activists and others work better on the Internet.

Founder Leda Dederich has been working – and working hard – on this project for at least a year and her effort has clearly paid off. So today’s HotSpot goes to Dot.organize.

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