Has Apple become evil? No, but they are getting stupid.

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

I like my 60G iPod that I’ve had for a while, and although I tire of lugging around three electronic devices (cell phone, Palm, iPod), and that my current phone is about to fall apart, the cost and the fact that it was so new made me decide not to go for it, even though AT&T is my carrier. I will not be buying an iPhone until they sell an unlocked version that doesn’t need to be hacked to use third party applications. The iPod is a rip off.

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Digital Diner

Gavin's Digital Diner

Recently, I reviewed more than 90 grant applications, proposals focused on the intersection of jazz and technology, a far cry from my typical business. While musing over the thread, I was reminded by an early example — a pre-internet example — of an attempt to hold an audience hostage.

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7 Reasons Nonprofits Need iPads

Influence

Skeptics doubted the iPod in 2001 , but it went on to help revolutionize how people consume music and audio content. There are now 140,000 applications available for the iPhone and most of them are expected to run on the iPad. Tags: Influence Internet Strategy Tips & Trends

Free Tools for Creating iPhone and iTouch Web Apps

Beaconfire Wire

The iPhone is a computer … with the Internet. In my opinion, the iPhone, it’s market of applications, and growing user base is the best way to gain access to and interact with information. I went online on my iPhone, looked up the nearest 24 hour gym in their network, and copied and pasted the address into the Google Maps application. Much of the functionality can be created in HTML as a web application and placed on the Internet.

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Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Craig is a summer associate exploring new applications for Miradi, Benetech’s user-friendly conservation project planning and monitoring software. In her spare time, she updates her Twitter and Facebook feeds and engages with her Kindle, iPod and other assorted tech toys.

New at TechSoup: Online Courses from Atomic Training

Tech Soup Blog

New staff members can learn the basics of the applications your organization uses, while more experienced users can increase their knowledge. Learning to use Apple products like iPads and iPod Touch.

My iPhone 3G

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

I said: I will not be buying an iPhone until they sell an unlocked version that doesn’t need to be hacked to use third party applications. Syncing is way slower than on a regular iPod, and backups can take 1/2 hour, which is absurd. Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology My iPhone 3G August 12, 2008 I once joined the “iPhone non-buyers&# group on Facebook.

10NTC Science Fair Preview - Giveaways, More Giveaways and Free Apple iPads

NTEN

American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) in booth 39. We will be raffling off an iPod Touch at the booth. Interested in knowing how to prioritize resources, analyze a donor database, create mobile applications or visualize community indicators?

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Computer Refurbishment and Accessibility

Tech Soup Blog

There is a surprising number of nonprofit computer refurbishers in North America that now supply accessible technology equipped computers, and lately iPads and iPods to disabled people at no or low cost.

10NTC Science Fair Preview - Giveaways, More Giveaways and Free Apple iPads

NTEN

American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) in booth 39. We will be raffling off an iPod Touch at the booth. Interested in knowing how to prioritize resources, analyze a donor database, create mobile applications or visualize community indicators?

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The Future of the Nonprofit Office: Working from Home v2.0

NTEN

Instead, they're either renting them from a managed service provider or moving to Software as a Service (SaaS) for common applications. The switch is almost complete for email, and is underway for most enterprise applications, such as customer relationship management (CRM) systems. . FaceTime allows two iPhone -- and soon, next-generation iPad and iPod Touch -- users to have a streaming video and audio conversation while both are connected to a wireless network.

Secret Agent L: Covering the Globe with Random Acts of Kindess

Have Fun - Do Good

We're listening to our iPods. Do they have to fill out an application, go through training? We're listening to our iPods. Photo by Rob de la Cretaz "We're so busy. We walk down the street. We're plugged into our phones. We're looking down at our BlackBerries.

Beaconfire Survey: Mobile Browsing | Beaconfire Wire

Beaconfire Wire

This simple WAP enabled application on the WMATA metro site is by far the most useful mobile site I use. I sometimes need more power than I could get from my iPod or phone, and would like to be able to enlist my desktop to help out.

Digital Pulp Fiction

Gavin's Digital Diner

More so, after watching what the iPod and digital music has done to the music industry; I fear for the future. The pundits, previously spoiled by the elegant beauty of all-things iPod, almost universally panned the Kindle, complaining about pretty much everything. They’re used to looking at iPhones, and iPods, and other iThings — we can blame bad iPoddy training. But, I’m not giving up my iPod (which is filled with Audiobooks anyway).

Digital Pulp Fiction

Gavin's Digital Diner

More so, after watching what the iPod and digital music has done to the music industry; I fear for the future. The pundits, previously spoiled by the elegant beauty of all-things iPod, almost universally panned the Kindle, complaining about pretty much everything. They’re used to looking at iPhones, and iPods, and other iThings — we can blame bad iPoddy training. But, I’m not giving up my iPod (which is filled with Audiobooks anyway).

11NTC Science Fair Preview: Giveaways and Even More Giveaways!

NTEN

Individuals participating in a demo will also be entered into a daily drawing to receive a free iPod touch®. We'll also have some extra-cool schwag available if you submit your application for Google for Nonprofits in-person at the booth (be sure to bring your organization's Tax ID number with you)! 16 GB iPod Nano nFocus Software Brightly colored canvas bags to carry all the wonderful things you will collect at the conference.

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Guest Friday: Jessica Harden's Notes from AAM

Museum 2.0

So, I got an iPod, subscribed to a number of podcasts, and got a mySpace page at the insistence of a few friends that seemed unable to communicate in any other way. This conversation was interesting in that technology and applications were not discussed. Like it or not, the way our visitors experience their world and therefore our museums is through contributing to conversations and making connections both on the internet and in everyday life.