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Links Roundup - April 1-10

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

Here are a few sites and resources I've found worth bookmarking in the last week or so: 1. Britt has done it again - a while back I linked to Britt Bravo's Introduction to Blogging tutorial, which seemed to cover all the bases - content, style, tools - very nicely. On the Office on the Web front - here's the first creditable database offering I've seen so far: Lazybase lets you create tables, link them, share them, and view them in a variety of ways, including on maps and graphs.

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NPTechTag Roundup: Election Debriefs and Wikis in Your Kitchen!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Tagging and Social Bookmarking Social Bookmarking Showdown is a quick overview/review of the major social bookmarking services. Podcasting The ABCs of Podcasting from PND covers how Web sites of public radio stations, museums, and other education-oriented nonprofits are turning to podcasting as an increasingly popular and inexpensive way of delivering audio programming. Click To Play. Found via the NpTech Tag at blip.tv.

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Reflections on Extension 2.0 Webinar

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I wanted to use more video examples, but only selected one that was more of a music video in case the audio didn't work. The first session will introduce tagging and social bookmarking and an exercise. Thank goddness Beth Raney has this tutorial. Today, I did a Webinar called " 10 Steps To Extension 2.0 " for the National eXtension Institiative I had some deja vu. I did my first presentation about the Internet when I started working with Arts Wire in 1993.