An Interview With Paull Young from Charity:Water

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In 2007, 92 people gave up their September birthdays to bring water to a hospital in Kenya. I first came across @paullyoung in September, 2008 when he implemented a birthday campaign as part of charity:water’s September campaign.

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

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Recent events in Burma in 2007 and Iran in 2009 and even the US in 2010 reveal that governments can easily comb activists’ footage online and seek out protesters and citizens for arrest, persecution or worse. Related Links: Book Research & Interviews. ?Book

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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

Emily Metzgar » Blog Archive » NDLA 9: Interview with Melissa Flournoy

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Reference to a Podcast Interview with Melissa FlournoyEmily Metzgar » Blog Archive » NDLA 9: Interview with Melissa Flournoy: "Episode 9 of the New Day Louisiana Podcast features an interview with Dr. Melissa Flournoy, president and CEO of LANO, the Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations. Listen to the podcast here.Highlights from my interview with Dr. Melissa Flournoy:"Tags

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.

IT Conversations: Jon Udell Interviews Me!

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It's here On this episode of Interviews with Innovators, Beth Kanter describes the strategies she uses to teach digital immigrants in non-profit organizations how to use Web 2.0

Betting on Braincake: Interview with Jen Stancil

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Projects interview design Last week, Elaine Gurian and I talked about radical change in museums.

Interview: Kivi Leroux Miller, The Nonprofit Marketing Guide

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I’m thrilled to have the chance to share an interview with her here and encourage you to add your questions in the comments! This interview is part of her virtual book tour; check out the full calendar of events.

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. I don't usually fist-pump while reading the New York Times.

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.

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Pew Internet Report on Tagging Use

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The report also includes an interview with David Weinberger who on his blog wonders how many taggers it takes for tagging to become a vital web resources? The meat of the report is an interview with David Weinberger on why Tagging Matters.David Weinberger has thought through the many ways tagging changes people???s Here's an example of "social search" in action.

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.

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Interview Shooting Techniques from Nick Booth of PodNosh

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I asked him for some video shooting techniques for interviews and he kindly gave me and David some excellent coaching and shooting pointers. Click to Watch Video.

5 Questions for Geoff Livingston | Nonprofit Trends with Steve.

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All Blackbaud Blogs Contact Us Blackbaud.com About Nonprofit Trends Books Research Reports Speaking 5 Questions for Geoff Livingston Posted by Steve MacLaughlin on June 2nd, 2011 I’m starting a new series of short interviews with people who are really changing what’s happening in the nonprofit sector.

Online Video: An Interview Revealing Best Practices and Trends - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

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frogloop Home frogloop Home Receive monthly updates Subscribe to our RSS feed Follow frogloop on Twitter Most Popular Posts Social Network ROI Calculator Social Networking for Nonprofits: ROI, Tracking Tools and More "While Theyre Hot!"

My life as an (almost) ex-Technology Consultant

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Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology My life as an (almost) ex-Technology Consultant March 19, 2007 Beth Kanter interviewed me for Blogher recently, and one of the questions included “… you work as an independent consultant …&# Well, those days are numbered.

Kiva in Second Life: Interview With Official SL Volunteers

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Second Life kiva.org volunteer: Julles Boucher Kiva.org , a micro-finance organization, has funded nearly 17,0000 loans to entrepreneurs in developing countries and last week crossed the $11 million rank.

Interview Series from Water Words That Work

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Eric recently emailed me to tell that he has put down his video camera down and is trying his hand(rather mouth)at some Larry King-style podcast interviews. ll interview five of them ??? Eric Eckl's personal blog, Water Words That Work , a blog and web video (and podcast) series that explores the intersection of language, technology and environmental protection.

Interview: Zen and the art of Nonprofit Technology

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Here's my interview: 1. Michelle Murrain, Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Blog. Michelle and I are graduates of Bennington College (so is Deborah Finn ). It is a very small liberal arts college in Vermont, where everyone knows everyone's name.

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

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interview Core Museum 2.0 Most of the time this blog focuses on individual aspects of 2.0 thinking or applications. But every once in a while, it's nice to go back to the big picture. James Yasko is writing an article for an upcoming issue of Museum News on museums and Web 2.0.

nfp 2.0 » An interview with the Widget King

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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)

Interview with Roshaneh Zafar, Kashf Foundation, part of Global X Social Entrepreneurs Video Series

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The interview above is with social entrepreneur Roshaneh Zafar, founder and managing director of The Kashf Foundation , Pakistan's third largest microfinance institution, tells Global X why she had to unlearn what she learned about economics.

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

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I got involved with PledgeBank in April 2007, after a chance meeting with Tom Steinberg, mySociety's founder/director, at a conference on e-campaigning in Oxford, England during the winter of 2006. The pledge was successful, and Dana Wefer is on the ballot for the 2007 election.

An Interview with Perla Ni, CEO and Founder of Great Nonprofits

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Perla Ni, Ceo and Founder of Great Nonprofits 1. Why did you start Great Nonprofits ? When Hurricane Katrina hit, I was the publisher of the Stanford Social Innovation Review , and we wanted to write a story about how nonprofits were helping the victims.

How To Start A Web Analytics Program: Interview with Avinash Kaushik

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I enjoyed this interview with Avinash Kaushik by Jeremiah Owyang. There is also an interview with Eric Peterson, another Web Analytics guru

Paolo Ferrara Interviewed In Il Sole 24 Ore and Leng Sopharath Campaign Profiled!

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Download sole24ore_fundraising.pdf. Hi Beth, last week I talked on fundraising 2.0

NTEN and SalesForce Screencast: Learnings About the Interview/Documentary Approach

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For this screencast, I conducted several interviews lasting approximately 50 minutes. about his editing process for a screencast that uses this interview technique. He also notes that he doesn't log with markers, but edits as he is listening to the interview. I also got an good idea of who to interview in more depth and some ideas for examples/case studies. Immediately after the interview, I edited the mp3 file to grab the sections that I needed to match the visuals.

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. Carie Lewis, Internet Marketing Manager Humane Society of the United States.

ExhibitFiles: Interviews with Initiators Jim Spadaccini and Wendy Pollock

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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? What happens to the surprises designers encountered, the interactive that visitors loved, the bits that never seemed to work quite right? If we were scientists, we'd have documentation of each experiment, each publishable result, each improved-upon discovery.

StopCyberbullying, Video Messaging Reminder, and My BBC Interview!

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Here's an interview with Kathy Sierra with the local TV station. I'm pulling a few unrelated threads together here, mostly because it is one week before NTC and as my UK friends say, "I'm mental busy." " First, and foremost, tommorrow is Stop Cyberbullying Day , an excellent idea that Andy Carvin suggested in light of the Kathy Sierra incident earlier this week. If you have not already checked out the ning site that Andy put together, it's here.

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

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I had an opportunity to interview Paola for the Big Vision Podcast, and wanted to share the transcript with you. I went to 15 countries on five continents, and interviewed and photographed 129 women. I don't believe in doing interviews as the Spanish Inquisition.

Balsillie: BlackBerry Shutdown Will Never Happen Again

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Via EweekBalsillie: BlackBerry Shutdown Will Never Happen Again: "Balsillie: BlackBerry Shutdown Will Never Happen AgainBy Wayne RashMay 11, 2007 ORLANDO, Fla.—In In a rare one-on-one interview with eWEEK, Research in Motion co-CEO Jim Balsillie said that the event that shut down e-mail for BlackBerrys in the United States for hours last month was due to 'a process thing,' and that steps had been

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. BB: You've done a lot of interviews. BB: I read somewhere that you interviewed the Dalai Lama. I interviewed him in 2002. And so I interviewed him.

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.

A. Fine Interview:Social Media Author Allison Fine - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

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60) Search « The Great Debate: DM vs. Online Acquisition | Main | Make New Friends, But Keep the Old » Wednesday Jul 11 2007 A.

IT Conversations: Beth Kanter

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IT Conversations: Beth Kanter: "On this episode of Interviews with Innovators, Beth Kanter describes the strategies she uses to teach digital immigrants in non-profit organizations how to use Web 2.0 strategies to communicate and collaborate more effectively

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.

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.