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  • NTEN  |  THURSDAY, JULY 23, 2009
    [2008] If We Can Do It, So Can You: Mobile Evaluations at the 09NTC
    In 2008, when paper evaluations were the only option, we used approximately 50 full page surveys per session x 6 sessions, per room (so roughly 300 full pages per room over the course of the conference). Karl Hedstrom , NTEN. Every year at NTEN's annual Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC), one of our major goals is to collect enough feedback from you, the attendees, to make our future conferences even better.
    [2008] The Future of Social Actions, Part II: Projects in the Pipeline
    One of the biggest embarrassments for me is that the footer of the main Social Actions website, My Social Actions, and has statistics that are from December 2008. Over the next several weeks, I will be thinking out loud about the Future of Social Actions. Our initiative is approaching its two year anniversary at the end of August, and would benefit from some community participation in creating a long-term plan going forward.
  • HAVE FUN - DO GOOD  |  TUESDAY, MAY 4, 2010
    [2008] Women's Earth Alliance: Co-Directors Melinda Kramer and Amira Diamond
    One of the women that stands out is actually someone who participated in our 2008 training, which took place in Kenya. "To us, it's really about collaboration. It simply doesn't work to stay in your silo, and to grab hold of your mission statement and work alone. There is something really exciting about looking at every juncture for how we can work together, and pool our knowledge and our ability to open doors.
    [2008] Bryant Terry: Eco-chef, Food Justice Activist, Author of Vegan Soul Kitchen
    At the end of 2008, I initiated a new project called the Grow. "I think, in the organizing, and in the activism what gets lost so often is what we're working for. What we want is for all people to have some delicious, amazing, banging food!" Bryant Terry is an eco-chef, food justice activist, and author of Vegan Soul Kitchen: Fresh, Healthy, and Creative African-American Cuisine.
  • MUSEUM 2.0  |  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2009
    [2008] 1stfans: An Audience-Specific Membership Program at the Brooklyn Museum
    We announced 1stfans on December 5, 2008, and since then have had 272 1stfans from 15 states and 9 countries on 4 continents. The conventional wisdom on museum memberships is that they are "one size fits many" programs whose primary benefits are free entrance to the museum and insider access to exhibition openings.
    [2008] Time and Social Action
    And raise your hand if you did the same thing as part of EarthHour in 2008. Note: The transcript below if from my keynote presentation at Connecting Up Australia in May 2009. Thank you for the introduction. A little more background on what Social Actions is building. We are an open source database of actions people can take in support of the nonprofits and causes they care about most. The database currently has 90,000 opportunities and is updated every 30 minutes.
    [2008] nfp 2.0 » You’ve been promoted to “Buzz Director” (what, you don’t have one?)
    Skip navigation Recent Posts Natural blog cycle Buzz Director: the spacewalk metaphor Group fundraising primer When pictures speak a thousand words Another shout for a Netsquared Europe Communicating the soul of your non-profit My Fundraising 2.0
    [2008] NetCentric Advocacy: Data:Information: Knowledge: What can we do in 2 years later?
    Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « Revolution in Jesusland » Almost speechless | Main | Time to Revisit: Iowa Electronic Markets ~ Current Markets: 2008 U.S. NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. Presidential Election Markets » October 09, 2007 Data:Information: Knowledge: What can we do in 2 years later? Dave Pollard has consistently kicked out some brilliant ideas and observations.
  • GOKUBI.COM  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 2006
    Al | Wednesday, 23 July 2008 at 5:08 am Hi everyone. Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home Sonny’s got me thinking again Sonny’s got me thinking again Last Updated on Friday, 3 March 2006 10:53 Written by Steve Friday, 3 March 2006 10:08 Every time I hear from Sonny about Salesforce, I spend the next few hours ruminating about schemas, custom code, and how to model some process in Salesforce. This time it was his comments about prospecting gifts and how he models pledges.
    Joan | Wednesday, 23 January 2008 at 6:58 am Hi Steve – Your process and skills document is right on: thanks for sharing it. Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home CRM Consulting: Process and Skills CRM Consulting: Process and Skills Last Updated on Wednesday, 2 August 2006 10:21 Written by Steve Wednesday, 2 August 2006 10:21 Currently, our CRM consulting program consists of me.
    [2008] Must Hear Speech from Barack Obama and the Power of Podcasting
    In doing a little research for this post, I came across the East Side Bloggers 2008 , a blog by 10th graders at East Side Community High School. I love listening to Barack Obama's podcasts because he gives me hope that there is at least one person in the US government who is reasonable, sane, intelligent and truly cares about people as humans, not just as voters who can keep him in or out of office.
    [2008] Off the Mat, Into the World: An Interview with Seane Corn
    For example, we put together the 2008 Seva Challenge. "We want to support anyone who is interested in engagement, but we want to help them do it in a way that is healthy for them, creates community, and creates longevity, so that everyone wins, and no one gets burnt out or sick. That is not what service should be about. It should be about joy, on every level." --Seane Corn, co-Founder, Off the Mat, Into the World.
    [2008] All for Green, and Green for All: An Interview with Van Jones
    And the Democrats want to be the fiscal conservatives in 2008 who want to run against Bush's mega deficit. When I went to see Van Jones speak for the first time at the Green Festival in November 2002 about, "Green Jobs, Not Packed Jails," people in the States were just starting to lift their heads up from a year of fear and despair after September 11th. Hearing Van speak was probably one of the first moments I felt hope again for our future, and energized to make the world a better place.
    [2008] All for Good and Social Actions conference call transcript and takeaways
    Between May 2008 and June 2009, Social Actions’ Founder and Executive Director Peter Deitz met, spoke with, and corresponded with staff at Craigslist Foundation and Google. Social Actions’ presentation to Google, September 2008 (video): [link]. I originally consulted with Susan Nesbitt, Arthur Coddington, and Darien Rodriguez Heyman of the Craigslist Foundation in May 2008 following Social Actions’ win at the NetSquared mashup contest.
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