The point is that PrinterNet Foundation ( yeh I finally did it ) does not give charity. We make investments and the return on investment is measured in the growth of social capital in the village.
I could go on forever about Michael's insatiable passion for projects designed to improve systems, help people, analyze communication and interaction, and many other things he was brilliant at, but that's for the long now. Over time the countless people he inspired quite literally around the globe will continue his legacy work through the Printernet, the Nemetics Institue for Participatory Action Research, and as an extension of every conversation, he incited with them to do things better, faster, or cheaper. For now, I just want to honor Michael Josefowicz, the man.