[Book Interview] Nonprofit Example of Social Media Excellence: WITNESS

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Did you experience resistance from higher ups in the organization initially utilizing about social media, or were they supportive? From WITNESS’ social media experience, the best advice we can provide is to be concise, direct and consistent about your nonprofit’s story.

Social Actions API, Semantic Web, and Linked Open Data: An Interview with Peter Deitz

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In 2007, I realized that a much more effective way to aggregate interesting actions would be to subscribe to RSS feeds from trusted sources. interview webtools api data innovation open data semantic web social actions

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Interviews with 56 Changemakers: 5th Anniversary of the Big Vision Podcast

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For the past five years I've had the amazing opportunity to interview 56 changemakers for the Big Vision Podcast who I think have big visions for a better world. The way they're titled below is how they were listed at the time of the interview.

nfp 2.0 » The trends that will drive charities in 2007!

Rebooting Charity

Categories accountability (5) advocacy (2) blogging (4) buzz (4) campaigning (6) case studies (3) causes (8) collaboration (2) community (7) engagement (9) flickr (3) giving (19) good practice (9) googlemaps (2) interview (4) leadership 2.0 (1) 2007 will be the year of the widget.

My Interview on WBZ about Live Mapping Your Vacation

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This was for an interview on WBZ-TV about how people are using online mapping applications to share their vacation experiences Click to Play A few weeks back, I twittered that I was typing for the b-roll.

Interview: Zen and the art of Nonprofit Technology

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Here's my interview: 1. " Often, that blog is about personal issues (it was quite taken up with my moving experiences lately,) but I also use it to talk about more specifically spiritual issues. Michelle Murrain, Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Blog.

Interview with Brooklyn Museum's Shelley Bernstein

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A place that blogs, that engages in social networking sites, that tries experiments, and reports about all of it honestly. Today, an interview with Shelley Bernstein , the Manager of Information Systems at the Brooklyn Museum, and the engine behind that museum’s fabulous forays into Web 2.0.

An Interview of Heather Cronk, PledgeBank: Advice On Raising Money on Your Blog

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PledgeBank is a platform that gives folks a way to connect with others in ways that integrate with their everyday lives and capitalize on their wisdom, experience, and resources -- whatever. The pledge was successful, and Dana Wefer is on the ballot for the 2007 election.

Betting on Braincake: Interview with Jen Stancil

Museum 2.0

Museums don’t have the lock on hands-on informal education experiences. These girls got so much out of the experience about women—about why careers in science are for them. Projects interview design Last week, Elaine Gurian and I talked about radical change in museums.

Using Social Networking Sites for Campaigns: An Interview with Carie Lewis, HSUS

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I've been following Carie Lewis's posts on the NTEN Affinity groups as well as other nonprofit tech listservs (yes, I still do read listservs) and caught up with her for an interview. What kind of experiments did you do first?

ISO Understanding: Rethinking Art Museum Labels

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Also, the teen selections often featured teenagers interviewing visitors about their reactions to the pieces. There are surely other tools and methods beyond labels that could improve my art museum experience. I don't usually fist-pump while reading the New York Times.

Using Photography to Change the World: An Interview with Paola Gianturco

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By sharing our photographs, by sharing our experiences, we alter the way people everywhere understand each other, and we might as well do it consciously and well." I had an opportunity to interview Paola for the Big Vision Podcast, and wanted to share the transcript with you.

Museum Trails: I like. personalizing the museum experience

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Here's what I love about this: It supports reaggregation of the museum experience. When users get to reaggregate the experience, they base their decisions on and distinctions that most museums would be hard-pressed to come up with on their own. Projects interview usercontent

Using Film to Change the World: An Interview with Shalini Kantayya

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Below is the transcript of a recent interview with her from the Big Vision Podcast. And so I began to question, but it happened through my having such reverence for this river, and having this really personal experience and kind of communion with this river. I interviewed him in 2002.

Training Social Changemakers: An Interview with Andre Carothers of the Rockwood Leadership Program

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In my most recent interview for the Big Vision Podcast , I talked with Andre Carothers, the Executive Director and Co-founder of the Rockwood Leadership Program about the Program's work, and nonprofit leadership trends. You can read a transcript of the interview below.

Green Coworking: An Interview with Chris Messina and Ivan Storck of Citizen Space

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I talked to Chris Messina of Citizen Agency and Ivan Storck of SustainableMarketing.com about their green coworking space in San Francisco, Citizen Space for the Big Vision Podcast and have posted a transcript of the interview below. According to the U.S.

Backwards Interview: My Advice for Incorporation of Web 2.0 into Museums

Museum 2.0

Some museums start with internal projects (blogs, wikis, tagging experiments) that are then released to the public once the kinks have been worked out and the quality level is adequate. We’ve known for a long time that visitors define their own museum experiences.

All for Green, and Green for All: An Interview with Van Jones

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Consequently, it is a special treat for me to share with you the transcript of my interview with him for the Big Vision Podcast. Britt: You give a lot of talks and interviews. You can listen to the audio from this interview on the Big Vision Podcast.

Fair Trade Certified: An Interview with Paul Rice of TransFair USA

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Paul Rice, the founding president and CEO of the Oakland based nonprofit, TransFair USA , answers these questions and others in an interview for the Big Vision Podcast. Why should consumers buy Fair Trade Certified products? What difference does a cup of Fair Trade coffee make?

Writing for Change Conference: An Interview with Elizabeth Pomada

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I told the conference co-founders, a husband and wife literary agent team, Elizabeth Pomada and Michael Larsen , that I'd help to spread the word about the conference so I interviewed Elizabeth for the Big Vision Podcast. In the interview transcript below, Elizabeth talks about the conference and offers tips for writers who want to write for change. As I mentioned last week, I'll be speaking about blogging at the Writing for Change Conference in San Francisco this month.

Balancing People, Profit & Planet: An Interview with Reem Rahim of Numi Tea

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Obviously, I'm a big fan (: Below is a transcript from my interview with Reem from the Big Vision Podcast. I think we want to bring the world a healthy, natural beverage, as well as something that is healing and that brings an experience. We want to create an authentic experience.

Creating Markets for Fair Trade Gifts: An Interview with Priya Haji of World of Good

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You can hear the interview on the Big Vision Podcast , or read the transcript below. I had the chance to lead that for six years--it was an incredible experience--and really helped build it up.

An Interview with Lorene Straka, Joanna Eng, and Mari Velasco from the Idealist

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An interview Mari Velasco, Lorene Staka, and Joanna Eng of the Idealist Photos in flickr The Idealist , a project of Action Without Borders ,connects people, organizations, and resources to help build a better world. I recently tracked down several women who work for the organization in their New York and Buenos Aires offices, including Lorene Straka , Joanna Eng , and Mari Velasco for an interview.

[Book Interview] Nonprofit Example of Social Media Excellence: The Nature Conservancy

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I know our YouTube channel started in 2007. Did you experience resistance from higher ups in the organization initially utilizing about social media, or were they supportive? Related Links: Book Research & Interviews. ? Organization: The Nature Conservancy.

How I Used LinkedIn For the Final Leg of My Social Search Action Research Experiment

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style and tolerance for change, I decided to do a seperate action learning experiment on my own dime and reflect in real time along with doing the work: What are some useful techniques social search techniques that might yield richer leads and connections? My experience is here. My experience is here. This LinkedIn experiment resulted in about 56 specific conference leads. I've been doing a small research project.

nfp 2.0 » A toast to fundraising with widgets!

Rebooting Charity

Categories accountability (5) advocacy (2) blogging (4) buzz (4) campaigning (6) case studies (3) causes (8) collaboration (2) community (7) engagement (9) flickr (3) giving (19) good practice (9) googlemaps (2) interview (4) leadership 2.0 (1)

ExhibitFiles: Interviews with Initiators Jim Spadaccini and Wendy Pollock

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If we were scientists, we'd have documentation of each experiment, each publishable result, each improved-upon discovery. Last week, I spoke with Jim Spadaccini ( Ideum ) and Wendy Pollock ( ASTC ) about their experiences creating this site. Projects interview design professional development What happens to an exhibit when it closes? The artifacts are reaccessioned, the labels (hopefully) recycled, but what happens to the knowledge?

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[Book Interview] Nonprofit Example of Social Media Excellence: Pancreatic Cancer Action Network

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The 1 st tool was MySpace back in 2007. Did you experience resistance from higher ups in the organization initially utilizing about social media, or were they supportive? It helped people connect and experience Advocacy Day 2010 from their homes.

Influence | Forum One: Internet Strategy, Social Media, User Experience and Web Site Development

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Recently, M+R Strategic Services — in collaboration with NTEN — released their own report, Read More » 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 … next › last » Blogs Company Blog Influence Online Community Report Technology User Experience & Design All Blogs About Influence covers innovations in communication, Internet technology and strategy to generate influence on important public policy issues.

Interview with Scott Crowder, Kintera CTO | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Pipes (1) Convio , Kintera , eCRM , salesforce.com Interview with Scott Crowder, Kintera CTO 05.16.07 | 3167 No Comments [link] Interview+with+Scott+Crowder%2C+Kintera+CTO 2007-05-17+02%3A42%3A02 Allan+Benamer Scott Crowder is the incoming Kintera CTO. I was unfortunately unable to provide you all with a.mp3 but I’ve been promised we might get to do that in future interviews with Mr. Crowder.

Interview with Elisa Giaccardi

Museum 2.0

our final thoughts about the value of “encounters” as opposed to “experiences.” And then, to provide them with a narrative mechanism to express and share and learn from that experience. We have to see how this mechanism will help create a meaningful social experience.

DoggySnaps.com: the tail ‘tagging’ the dog

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We’re also experimenting with advertising. I only recently stumbled across the Dog Trust’s photo-sharing community, DoggySnaps.com.

Resource Roundup 3/12 | Idealware

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[Book Interview] Nonprofit Example of Social Media Excellence: Women for Women International

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The first social networking tool the organization utilized was MySpace is 2007. Did you experience resistance from higher ups in the organization initially utilizing about social media, or were they supportive? Related Links: Book Research & Interviews. ?

The Horizon Project

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The role of the Journalist Panel is: These journalists will be given priority access to the teachers and on a permission basis will be allowed to interview students with teachers present.

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

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They are organizing the first " Cambodian Blogger Summit (aka Cloggers Summit) " to take place 30-31 August 2007 in Cambodia. I've been given an opportunity to help by leading a training and sharing my experience with nonprofits and social media.

Bye-Bye Big Vision Podcast: 70+ Interviews Over 7 Years with Social Changemakers

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East Bay Express, Best of the East Bay 2007 Today is my day for letting go of things to make space for something new. It has been REALLY hard to let this go, but after not posting an interview for a year, I know that it is time. What an incredible experience.

Facebook Metrics: Measuring the ROI of Friendship?

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based on what was discussed in a recent interview with Dave McClure about a class called "Create Engaging Web Applications Using Metrics and Learning on Facebook??? m presenting, are ones that people are still experimenting with."

BlogHers, Gender Blogging, and Linux Chix in Cambodia!

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Viirak interviewed her during the video blogging workshop) She presented in the morning of the first day about why blogging has been useful to her. On the right, is Sopheap who I interviewed for BlogHer. They were: Hok Kakada who I interviewed for Global Voices two years ago!

Reflections on the Meyer Memorial Trust Workshop

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What I most enjoy about doing face-to-face training workshops is the right after reflection questions: How could this learning experience been improved? What might be a first step, low risk experiment? Anyone reading this have that and willing to share with me via an interview?