Help! Google Cut off my ability to send out email via gmail!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

In the meantime, I have written on a blackboard 100 times: I will not spam for good. One of things I did as a last ditch strategy was to email out a group message to various contacts and it seemed to have brought in some last minute contributions. I did the bcc of group emails. However, Google thinks I'm a spammer now and has disabled my email account. I'm not sure how long this will last - I read 24-72 hours. No good deed goes unpunished. I need to figure out a way answer email.

2009 NTC Preview: Kevin Lee on Search Engine Optimization

NTEN

When I hear the words "search engine optimization," I picture blackboards covered in chalky scrawl, like in A Beautiful Mind It all seems complicated and hard -- and math-y. Last year, we were lucky enough to have Kevin Lee join our community. Though Kevin, we've learned that lots of SEO is not scary at all. You can do it, too! I talked to him about his upcoming session at the 2009 NTC , DIY Search Engine Optimization. Take a listen: .

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When Worlds Collide

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

Bricklin has spoken of watching his university professor create a table of calculation results on a blackboard. When the professor found an error, he had to tediously erase and rewrite a number of sequential entries in the table, triggering Bricklin to think that he could replicate the process on a computer, using the blackboard as the model to view results of underlying formulas.

What are learning platforms?

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

These include Blackboard , ANGEL , and WebCT (now owned by Blackboard), among others. Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology What are learning platforms? September 19, 2008 Note: This blog entry was originally posted on Idealware’s new community blog. I’m honored and happy to be contributing blog posts there.

Gen Z Hearts AHA

Connection Cafe

Facebook, iPads, Blackboard, Wikipedia (don't judge me, but there's good stuff there). Author: Blair Naylor. We all had the " An apple a day keeps the doctor away " motto ingrained into our heads as children. I remember seeing the "Everything I need to know I learned in Kindergarten" posters in the hallway of my school. What I'm reminiscing-ly trying to get at here is.we learn a lot when we're young.

Mike Remixes My CC Entry

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I use a 'non-commercial' license on my stuff because I don't want some company pulling a Blackboard on it - using it commercially then turning around and claiming it's their property. do a blackboard on me??? CreativeCommonsReadWriteCulture03.jpg Originally uploaded by MikeBlogs. We keep running into each other in many different places. Mike is writing some great stuff on remix culture and creative commons license.

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How To Think Like A Nonprofit Social Marketing Genius: What's Your Brilliant Thought?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

His quote from Einstein was aha moment for me while I was thinking through some the session design for my NTC session and an upcoming webinar I'll be doing sponsored by NTEN and TechSoup in 2009. I also Flickr as a visual thinking tool and started search with different key words like " Einstein Blackboard." From this, I discovered this image manipulation tool where you can make Einstein write things on his blackboard.

Using Cartoons To Make Sense of Your Data

Beth Kanter

Or if you want to draw attention to a word or phrase, write it in big letters on a blackboard or a lined flip chart, or draw it on a napkin — whatever context makes sense for the underlying idea. Note From Beth: If you’ve picked up a copy of the newly released “ Measuring the Networked Nonprofit: Using Data to Change the World ” than you no doubt noticed the cartoons, created by Rob Cottingham , that begin each chapter.