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11 Highlights from BlogHer '11

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Last week I spoke at BlogHer '11, a gathering of over 3,000 women bloggers. BlogHer Writers Conference : October 20-21, 2011 (NYC).

What I Learned About Unpresenting from Heather Gold

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Here’s what I learned: Emotions Are More Important Than Facts: To prompt conversation, you need to make an emotional connection. 

Elisa Camahort Page, BlogHer: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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The best ways to follow her are via Twitter ( @ElisaC ) and by all the headline feeds found in her BlogHer profile. Not pretty.

Friendship, 5-Minutes, Appreciation, Action, Integration, Things: More Reverb 10

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Lake Chabot December 15 – 5 Minutes Imagine you will completely lose your memory of 2010 in five minutes. Prompt by Sam Davidson ). at Hipline.

7 Ways to Have Fun and Do Good

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Last week I finished my month-long Have Fun, Do Good series where 12 bloggers shared how they have fun and do good. With a group of mom-friends in St.

Nonprofit Calendars for 2010

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If you haven't purchased your 2010 calendar yet (or are looking for a last minute holiday gift), lots of nonprofits publish calendars.

Women Who Tech Telesummit

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

I’ve been involved in this Telesummit now since the beginning. It’s really fun, and important. The Women Who Tech Telesummit was formed three years ago to celebrate all the innovative women who provide incredible value to technology and social media. So So it’s time to come get your tech on ! Female Ferocity. And more….

Win A Free Ticket To WomenWhoTech Annual Telesummit on 9/15

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Johnson of the Advertising Research Foundation and Tara Hunt, author of the Whuffie Factor. 15th from 2-3 PM EST.  Here’s the description.

Finding Balance: Our Relationship with Technology and Social Networks

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Then we need to integrate ways of finding the right balance. 

How Networked Nonprofits Use Twitter and Other Things I learned in Vegas

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Did get one party hosted by Carwoo and organized by Renee Blodgett who I met a BlogHer in 2005. How networked nonprofits use twitter.

My life as an (almost) ex-Technology Consultant

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decided several weeks ago, for a variety of reasons, to retire my independent consultant hat. I’ve been doing this work for more than 10 years now, full time for about seven of those years. expect, in one way or the other, to be putting on a nonprofit hat. For right now, I’m the part-time coordinator of NOSI. And, I think I did that.

Washington, DC: Book Launch Events

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Book Party in at the Case Foundation: Who Has Their Hands on the Book. Conference. The next day,  Allison Fine and I, keynoted the Nonprofit 2.0

How to Start, or Join a Social Action Book Club

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If you'd like to join us, email me at britt AT brittbravo DOT com, leave a comment on this post, or comment in the BlogHer book group.

Let’s Talk About Networked Nonprofits: TechSoupGlobal Book Party

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Marnie Webb and Charlene Li: Two of My Social Media Role Models. Finally, people really wanted to dig in and discuss the big ideas in the book!

10 Tips for Starting a Virtual Social Change Book Club

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sent out a note to the women on the BlogHer Contributing Editor list. Find a handful of people who want to read the same book as you.

Allison Jones, Millennial Leader: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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Good morning, Have Fun Do Gooders! Welcome to the third week of my series of guest posts by bloggers sharing how they have fun and do good.

Kimberly Wilson, Tranquility du Jour: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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I hope you've been enjoying my have fun do good guest blogger series as much as I am (: The tenth guest blogger in the series is Kimberly Wilson.

Katya Andresen, Network for Good: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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The ninth guest blogger in my have fun do good series is Katya Andresen. She blogs at nonprofitmarketingblog.com and tweets at @katyaN4G.

Beth Terry, Fake Plastic Fish: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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The eighth guest blogger in my have fun, do good series is Beth Terry. Click here to find a watch party near you. The answer? But it’s also fun.

Heather Meyer, Work it Out!: How I Have Fun, Do Good

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The twelfth guest blogger in my have fun do good series series is Heather Meyer. You can connect with her on Facebook, or her blog Work it Out!~Fitness

How to Help Haitian Earthquake Survivors

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BlogHer commenter also posted a link to an extensive list on the What Gives!? The people of Haiti are going to need a lot of help after today's 7.0 earthquake. You can see photos of some of the damage as they come in on PicFog. Below is a quick list of organizations asking for donations. Fund for UNICEF also needs donations.

Arts Activist Naomi Natale and The One Million Bones Project

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Naomi served as an artist-in-residence at Columbia College Chicago in 2008, 2010 and 2011. Tweet Share. Big Vision Podcast

Turn Your Book Club Into a Social Action Club with Kristof and WuDunn's Half the Sky

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Plus, the book club that, "compiles the most impressive record of activism by June 15, 2010 will receive a visit and discussion session with Kristof and WuDunn." Holding Up Half the Sky by Joanne Bamberger on BlogHer. Here's how it works: Go to One Table , a Mercy Corps campaign to fight hunger by investing in women. Read the book!

The Last Blogpotomac: A New Community Rises from the Ashes

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conference in 2010. Flickr Photo by Ghbrett. That's rare in a conference setting. It reminded more of a saloon than a conference. Cheeky Geeky.