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Scanning for Good: 5 Reasons QR Codes Are a Safe Option for Nonprofits


iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry users can download one of many apps that will scan not only QR codes, but many types of bar codes. If you have BlackBerry Messenger 5.0, With smart phone penetration in the US crossing 40%, QR code readers will soon be everywhere. a QR code reader is native to the device!

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10 Essential Tools for the Nonprofit New Media Manager on the Go

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Twitter Apps for Android and Blackberry are also available. Facebook has a mobile site ( ), a touch site ( ), and Apps for iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Palm, Sidekick and many more. Twitter has a mobile website ( ) and its own official Twitter App for iPhone, iPhone Touch and iPad.


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BlackBerry users face third day of woe - Yahoo! News

AFP Blog

BlackBerry users face third day of woe - Yahoo! News : - Sent using Google Toolbar

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HOW TO: Launch a Mobile Photo-Sharing Campaign for Your Nonprofit

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Odds are a Web-based version of Instagram is coming, as well as apps for Android, BlackBerry, etc. Most mobile photo-sharing tools are integrated into Twitter, so your first step should be getting familiar with tweeting on the go. Take your smartphone to your next event!

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[Book Research] Is your nonprofit utilizing mobile technology?

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Nonprofits that have launched their own smartphone app, especially if you have an iPhone, Blackberry and Android version. Nonprofits that are using QR Codes (please tell me how!). Nonprofits that are utilizing Foursquare, Facebook Places, Gowalla, Yelp, Google Places, etc.

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RIM: We don’t need no steenkin’ opt out

Judi Sohn

Back when I had a Blackberry, I was happy to get emails from them about new features, downloads, etc. Now I have an iPhone so I don’t want to get emails about Blackberries anymore. I hit “Next” and get an error because "Is this your first BlackBerry smartphone?” Research in Motion , I’m calling you out for not playing fair.

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Staying Relevant In A Fast-Changing World

Eric Jacobsen Blog

For example, you’ll discover the lessons learned by Kodak, Xerox, BlackBerry, Delta, Barnes & Noble, Marriott International, FedEx, New York University, Greenwich Public Library and dozens more. And, how uncovering those lessons, success and sometimes struggles help chart the course for other businesses.

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