Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home links for 2006-11-28 links for 2006-11-28 Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 November 2006 08:23 Written by Steve Tuesday, 28 November 2006 08:23 Guardian Unlimited | Richard Gott: Latin America is preparing to settle accounts with its white settler elite The political movements and protests sweeping the continent – from Bolivia to Venezuela – are as much about race as class (tags: economics politics latinamerica ) This entry was posted on Tuesday, November 28th, 2006 at 8:23 am and is filed under Misc. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response , or trackback from your own site. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Recent Posts Move messages to Archive in Entourage Salesforce.com as free, bolt-on analytics engine for any database app Salesforce sending SMS through FrontlineSMS Send To Omnifocus from Google Reader Participation Popular Posts I am moving on from ONE/Northwest Initiating Actions from Reports What Ive learned about donor management Daily cron jobs with Apex My first iPhone app for Salesforce Last Modified Move messages to Archive in Entourage Salesforce.com as free, bolt-on analytics engine for any database app Salesforce sending SMS through FrontlineSMS Send To Omnifocus from Google Reader Participation Facebook Linked In Twitter Copyright © 2009 Afterburner - Free GPL Template. All Rights Reserved. WordPress is Free Software released under the GNU/GPL License.

5 Ways to Gain The Upper Hand in Facebook’s Newsfeed

Connection Cafe

Facebook recently announced a test in Sri Lanka, Bolivia, Slovakia, Serbia, Guatemala, and Cambodia. If you work in marketing or communications, you know about the Facebook Newsfeed and it’s impact on organic reach. Some of your posts are seen by lots of people, and some of your posts aren’t. Facebook can’t exist without its users. So the Newsfeed algorithm tries to predict what each user wants to see in their Newsfeed. But no algorithm is perfect. So they test and tweak.

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Nancy Jo Craig’s Lifetime Achievement Award In Nonprofit Computer Refurbishment

Tech Soup Blog

After she co-founded the Foundation For Friends of Nature in Bolivia, a million acres of natural habitat were put in to public trust. Each year the International Computer Refurbishers Summit awards a lifetime achievement award.

Ode Magazine : Microjustice: Helping those who are excluded from the legal system

Network-Centric Advocacy

Microteaching, microhealthcare, micromovement building, microvolunteering, microcopyediting, microinternet development, microjobplacement… Really brilliant… When she started Microjustice Bolivia, Van Nispen tot Sevenaer worked with Anne Marie van Swinderen, a microfinance consultant with Triodos Facet , a large microfinance organization associated with Triodos Bank , an ethical financial institution based in the Netherlands.

How to Get Long Life Out of Laptop and Cell Phone Batteries

Tech Soup Blog

It is mined mainly in Chile and there are also large deposits in Bolivia. I got to talking last week with Kiera Butler of Mother Jones magazine about the best ways to keep the rechargeable batteries in laptops and mobile phones healthy and long-lived. Like all batteries, rechargeable batteries wear out over time. Dell says that a full life span for a garden-variety lithium-ion laptop battery is 18 to 24 months.

See3 Celebrates Blog Action Day

See What's Out There

Bloggers, activists and friends gathered at our office to watch The New Silver , a film about a woman in Bolivia who is fighting to build a better life for her family with the help of microcredit.

Bringing Women a Global Voice: Jensine Larsen, World Pulse

Have Fun - Do Good

You can just go on there and you can be talking immediately to women in Bolivia, and in Nepal, and drawing strength, courage, and support from them, and vice versa. They're coming from Nepal, the Philippines, and Bolivia.

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Using Photography to Change the World: An Interview with Paola Gianturco

Have Fun - Do Good

It is very different to interview sex workers who have been trafficked in Phnom Penh, than to interview women who are doing knitting in Bolivia.

The Global Fund for Women: An Interview with Kavita Ramdas

Have Fun - Do Good

I think my favorite example of that is a women's group from the highlands of Bolivia who wrote to us maybe seven or eight years ago. "I think there are many different ways in which you define leadership.

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