Cambodia Bloggers: Five Years Later – Part 2

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I started blogging in 2003 about nonprofits and social media and started second blog about Cambodia, “Cambodia for Kids” after the arrival of my daughter, Sara and discovering that there was a vibrant community of bloggers in Cambodia.

Wrapping Up the 2007 Skoll World Forum

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There were three MBA student bloggers from Haas: Rob, Ellen and the redoubtable Edwin (former Benetecher). The Balancing Act: just about right This is my third Skoll Forum, and I definitely think that it was the best.

Trending Sources

Blogger creates trouble!

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Late breaking news from the Gathering. Yours truly clearly ticked off our articulate and thought provoking keynote speaker, Carl Schramm, the head of the Kauffman Foundation. Carl's foundation is the foundation for entrepreneurship.

Bloggers: We Don't Need No Stinkin' Badges

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Bloggers: We Don't Need No Stinkin' Badges: "Bloggers: We Don't Need No Stinkin' BadgesRob HofTim O'Reilly's and Jimmy Wales' call for a blogging code of conduct, including an 'anything goes' badge for sites, sure has raised a ruckus. His idea is understandable in the wake of the recent Kathy Sierra incident, in which the prominent blogger received death threats on another blog."Tags:

Slashdot | Bloggers Propose Code of Conduct

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Slashdot | Bloggers Propose Code of Conduct: "Bloggers Propose Code of ConductPosted by CowboyNeal on Tuesday April 10, @03:55AMfrom the manners-maketh-man dept.The Internet Privacyakintayo writes 'The New York Times reports that in response to the recent brouhaha, some technology bloggers have suggested raising the level of civility on tech blogs by implementing a code of conduct."Tags:

Blogger's Choice Awards

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Thank BALEX for this

Bloggers Who Create Community Award

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Roger Carr from the Everyday Giving Blog presented the Bloggers Who Create Community Award to Beth's Blog! Michele is an amazing blogger and a master of reflection and learning. Here's what he had to say: Beth is a guru in the use of technology for nonprofits.

Another Cambodian Video Blogger. Yeah!

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Click To Play Earlier today I posted about discovering some new photo blogs, podcasts, and videos from Cambodian Bloggers. Any other video bloggers want to offer some advice?

A few Expat Bloggers in Cambodia

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The Cambodian Blog community has many facets, including an active group of "ex-pat" bloggers. Details Are Sketchy is an anonymous blogger who writes about life in Cambodia. I think he might be the first ex-pat Cambodian blogger. Photo by Mythicaldude.

PoP - blogger of the month

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Prince of Petworth , the blog I came across recently and posted about here , was just named "blogger of the month" by the Washington Post columnist Marc Fisher. Whoo hoo! Rockin' article here. Sweet!

Cyber Cambodian Session - Cambodian Bloggers Summit

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I see several other Cambodian bloggers live blogging and will links to their posts. I would like the bloggers to write about need for Internet access. He wants bloggers to advocate about a telecommunications policy. Cyber Cambodian ???

Cambodia Bloggers Summit: Help Young Cambodian Bloggers Join the Global Conversation

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Cambodian young people are joining the global conversation in the blogosphere and sharing their perspectives through different forms of grassroots citizen's media thanks to the efforts of a dedicated team of Cambodian bloggers.

Cambodian Bloggers MeetUp in Boston at the Elephant Walk

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When I went to Cambodia last summer for the Cambodian Bloggers Summit (Cloggers), there were two Cambodian bloggers I didn't get a chance to see while in Phnom Penh. My Flickr Photo.

Angela Devlen: Emergency Management Professional and Blogger

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Angela Devlen has worked as an emergency medical technician (EMT) along with years in the private sector doing business continuity (BCP/DRP).

Reflectons from Video Blogging Session at Cambodian Bloggers Summit

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On Friday, I co-presented the video blogging presentation at the Cambodian Bloggers Summit with Virak , Cambodia's first Cambodian video blogger (I think). Nonetheless, I'm confident that there will be more video bloggers in Cambodia.

The First Video Cambodian Video Blogger in Cambodia

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Meet Virak , Phnom Penh Geek, and a member of the Cambodian Bloggers Summit team. Click To Play. Yesterday, I taught him how to use the video cameras and he made his first video blog post. It is here. We have two other cameras to give.

America's Giving Challenge Days: Bloggers Campaign!

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I can't do this alone and that's why I'm asking my blogger friends to join me and in helping to raise money to help the many children who are touched by the Sharing Foundation's programs. These bloggers are also helping out with posts, adding the widget to their side bar, and encouraging readers/friends to contribute: Roger Carr, Everyday Giving Blog Michael Pick, Screencaster Rebecca Krause-Hardie, Pema Ts'al Amy Jussel, Shaping Youth Darren Barefoot, DB.com (Buy his book!)

Nonprofit and Activist Women Bloggers in Chicago

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With just nine days until the BlogHer Conference in Chicago, where I'll be moderating the panel, "Getting It On(line) for a Cause: Raising Money," I thought I'd search around for nonprofit and activist women bloggers in the Chicago area.

NTC Links

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Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology NTC Links April 6, 2007 There has been a little bit of blogging and the like at NTC – although it was certainly hindered yesterday, when the internet was down for most of the day. And I think most of the bloggers are too busy giving, or going to sessions to blog much.

Odds and Sods

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Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Odds and Sods July 27, 2007 (That’s Brit/Canadian for odds and ends, if you were wondering.) I’ve been a bad blogger over the past couple of months, I know.

The Top (insert type) Bloggers Lists

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Seems like the "top bloggers lists" or "the best of XYZ blogs" lists are circulating. Even the idea that there could be a ranking of 'best' bloggers is mistaken. A few days I noticed a " 20 PR Powerwoman blogs " list which has morphed into the magical list of outstanding women bloggers and question, "Who is Missing?"

Steve Goodman's Flickr Presentation at Cambodian Bloggers Summit

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Photo by Steve Goodman. Steve Goodman is a photographer and ex-pat living in Cambodia. He's an awesome photographer. One of the best souvenirs from my trip is the photo her took me! Now, a great photo. Not only do I have some proof that I went to Cambodia, but a fabulous photo.

5 Tips to Start a Nonprofit Blog

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Being an organization's blogger involves not only writing for the blog, but also building relationships with other bloggers by reading them, linking to them, commenting on their blogs and inviting them to comment on your blog.

International Bloggers Day for Burma

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To track Burmese bloggers, at home or abroad, keep your eye on Global Voices For resources on the struggle against the repressive military government in Burma in the US go t0 the US Campaign for Burma. Some useful links: Brian Alexander has an interesting post on the role of mobile phones and web technology in the mobilization of the movement within Burma. Among other things, he points out the YouTube channel of video's from the Burmese struggle.

NTENie Award: Blogger Most Likely To Receive A Pulitzer Prize

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I shared the award with Gavin Clabaugh who writes Gavin's Digital Diner Blog and Jason Zanon who writes the Democracy in Action Blog

10 Tips for Asking Bloggers to Write About Your Cause

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There are a lot of answers to that question, but if you want to do outreach to bloggers about an issue you care about, here are a few tips: 1. Search for bloggers who write about topics related to your cause on Technorati , Google Blog Search and Ask.com's blog search engine.

Nonprofit Techies: Please Share Your Knowledge With Cambodian Bloggers From NGOS! T-Shirts Too!

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Dear Nonprofit Tech Colleagues: I am seeking contributions of t-shirts for the Cambodia Bloggers Summit. Participants will include bloggers who work for NGOS. Source: Tharum. When asked what I should pack in my suitcase , the response was "tech t-shirts."

I'm Halfway To Cambodia Bloggers Summit Goal!

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And, I'd like to thank these wonderful people who contributed to the campaign! Celeste Wroblewski. Alan Levine Gr??goire goire Japiot Shirley Williams Ruby Sinreich Sean Stannard-Stockton Laura Chambers Allison Hewlitt Thomas Taylor. Twitter isn't half bad as a fundraising tool. more about that later. And, a special thanks again to Liz Sanger and this time with link love. I've never met Liz in person. We met via Facebook and contributed to my online campaign.

Cambodia Bloggers Summit Campaign: 30 donating $23 will get us to goal!

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The Cambodian Bloggers Summit Campaign. The T-Shirts are starting to arrive and I will not to be able to deliver them to the bloggers conference unless I get to goal. needs $697 in the next 4 days to reach goal. Help me make my goal.

Free Burma: International Bloggers Day on October 4th

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International Bloggers' Day for Burma on the 4th of October International bloggers are preparing an action to support the peaceful revolution in Burma. These Bloggers are planning to refrain from posting to their blogs on October 4 and just put up one Banner then, underlined with the words ???Free Free Burma! We want to set a sign for freedom and show our sympathy for these people who are fighting their cruel regime without weapons.

Amy Sedaris: Why You Should Support Cambodia Bloggers Summit

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She was so excited about the Cambodian Bloggers Summit that she agreed to make a campaign video for me. I met Amy Sedaris at BlogHer. In appreciation of her kindness, I'm including a link to her new book

Thank You Sokhodom Pheng! Even Small Gifts Make a Huge Difference for the Cambodia Bloggers Summit!

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Here's how he is supporting the Cambodian Bloggers Campaign I am studying in Canberra, Australia at the moment so i won't be able to attend the summit. One of my donors pointed me to this amazing blog by an inspiring young African Blogger. Meet Sokhodom Pheng.

Blogathon 2007: Raise Money for Your Favorite Cause with your Blog

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Starting Saturday, July 28th at 6 AM PST, 2007 Blogathon bloggers will post a new post every 30 minutes for 24 hours to raise money for their favorite cause. As of this writing, 240 bloggers have registered for the Blogathon and $16,161.91 For bloggers with other commitments, such as religious observances, that cannot be rescheduled, there will be a B-Schedule which will begin at 9 PM PST on Saturday, July 28th and will continue until 9pm the following night.

Do Good Blogger Sampler and Other Blogging Links

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It's just a sampler of do good bloggers (please don't be sad if I didn't include you, it's a sampler ), links to blog search engines, links to blog feed readers, and links to blog software platforms.

Support for Future Bloggers | Beaconfire Wire

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05/17/2010: Method Tweeting: Act I Updates in Your Inbox Beaconfire at Play More of Beaconfire Bloggers photos www. Myanmar bloggers already plagued with intermittent Internet access became more muffled as the government reportedly jammed satellite, SMS and mobile phones, and the country??s

Cambodian Bloggers Campaign: $57 more to go thanks to Twitter, Blogger from Singapore and 500 Hats!

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Last night, while coming home from taking the kids to the movies, I noticed one of my neighbors left out a big, gently used samsonite suitcase with a sign that said "FREE." " It's a perfect suitcase for filling up with t-shirts to take to Cambodia! I took this an optimistic sign. I woke up this morning to an email from paypal saying I received a donation from Anol Bhattacharya. In the memo field, there was a note, "Tweet Me on Twitter when you get this!" " So, I did!

Justin Kownacki of Something To Be Desired Helps Make Cambodian Bloggers Summit Campaign Goal!!! Thank you!

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Justin Kownack of Something To Be Desired brings the Cambodian Bloggers Summit Campaign to goal! A special thanks! Here's how and why from Justin: When Michael Bailey decided to try a group donation experiment.

Cambodia Bloggers Summit: Social Media Role Play, Social Media Game, and Angkun - Seeds of the Future

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Baskets labeled with future projects for the Cambodian bloggers to do as a community were set out. because u r the seeds of new generation of bloggers. Friday after lunch and following the t-shirt giveaway, it was time to play the Khmer version of the Social Media Game.

Davos Flavor

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Last night I went to the Blogger's nightcap at a hotel at the eastern end of Davos. I hope to share a little of the flavor of Davos as we get into what's going on. Davos is a little mountain town in a valley with ski slopes on both sides. There are basically two main drags around the town, an upper one and a lower one, that meet at the two ends of town and make a long winding oval.

Google's Killer Storymapping App | Idealware

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Skip to Main Content Area Helping Nonprofits Make Smart Software Decisions Topics Reports Articles Online Training Blog Custom Resources Donate About Topics Reports Articles Online Training Blog Custom Resources Donate About Google's Killer Storymapping App By Laura Quinn , July 3, 2007 The concept of " Storymapping " - applying stories, often including photographs to something like Google Maps - is getting a lot of interest in the nonprofit community.