Web 2.0 Part IIa: Social Bookmarking

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Part IIa: Social Bookmarking September 24, 2006 After writing my post on tagging , I got sidetracked by Marnie Webb’s mention of ma.gnolia , and then went off to investigate, then decided to write about social bookmarking tools. Ma.gnolia is a new(ish) social bookmarking tool. First, I’ll do a quickie review of the social bookmarking phenomena and why I’ve been using del.icio.us, and why I’m switching to Ma.gnolia. bookmarks to ma.gnolia.)

onenws Bookmarks on Delicious

GroundWire

Learn more Help Sign In delicious Home Bookmarks Popular Recent Look up a URL People Go to a User Tags Explore ONE/Northwests Bookmarks Bookmarks | Network | Tags | Subscriptions Site: [link] Email: info@onenw.org See more bookmarks in Popular or Recent. Join Now! Whats New?

Social bookmarking: keeping me organized one tag at a time

Idealware

Since I knew we might be publicizing our bookmarks afterward, I took the time to write up what I thought would be a good tagging scheme. Josh Bernoff and Charlene Li even used it to keep resources and case studies organized by chapter while they were writing Groundswell (according the book). Did you make the bookmarks publically available? I love Delicious.

Social Bookmarking Conversation Continues While Inventing New Words

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

"An Offering to the PHP Gods" Alexandra Samuel just coined a new word, bloggespondence , for the back and forth conversation we've been having about social bookmarking from our respective blogs. To illustrate social bookmarking, you have to use a technology-related tag.

Great reads from around the web on January 24th

Amy Sample Ward

To follow more of the things I find online, you can follow @amysampleward on Twitter (which is just a blog and resource feed), or find me on Delicious (for all kinds of bookmarks). roundup 2012 book bookmarks casestudies csr email giving list metrics nptech nten philanthropy planning postalicious products research resources review roi strategicplanning strategy trendsI come across so many great conversations, ideas, and resources all over the web every day.

Great reads from around the web on November 11th

Amy Sample Ward

To follow more of the things I find online, you can follow @amysampleward on Twitter (which is just a blog and resource feed), or find me on Delicious (for all kinds of bookmarks). The Dragonfly Effect: 4 Principles of Engagement | Social Media For Nonprofits | Advancing the Mission of Nonprofits via Social Media – "I recently read the book The Dragonfly Effect by Jennifer Aaker (@aaker) and Andy Smith (@kabbenbock).

Great reads from around the web on January 29th

Amy Sample Ward

To follow more of the things I find online, you can follow @amysampleward on Twitter (which is just a blog and resource feed), or find me on Delicious (for all kinds of bookmarks). So bookmark this post and take the time to apply this knowledge to marketing and communications at your organization – it's cheap (or free) and has worked for others!" I come across so many great conversations, ideas, and resources all over the web every day.

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How to Start, or Join a Social Action Book Club

Have Fun - Do Good

This week two fellow BlogHer Contributing Editors ( Virgina DeBolt and Elana Centor ), and BlogHer co-Founder ( Elisa Camahort Page ), and me had a virtual book club call to discuss Half the Sky: Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn.

Great reads from around the web on December 15th

Amy Sample Ward

To follow more of the things I find online, you can follow @amysampleward on Twitter (which is just a blog and resource feed), or find me on Delicious (for all kinds of bookmarks). " Tags: roundup africa book bookmarks casestudies data development ebook economy free funding future innovation list microgiving music nonprofits nptech opensource orchestra postalicious report resources socialmedia strategy survey technology trends

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Great reads from around the web on January 5th

Amy Sample Ward

To follow more of the things I find online, you can follow @amysampleward on Twitter (which is just a blog and resource feed), or find me on Delicious (for all kinds of bookmarks). " Tags: roundup 2009 book bookmarks branding democracy digital entrepreneurship free health innovation interviews library list literature microgiving politics postalicious reputation resources strategy video

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Alexandra Samuels Continues Our Bloggerspondence on Social Bookmarking

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Maybe Alexandra and I can break a record for the longest running bloggespondence on social bookmarking in the blogosphere. For example, when you bookmark something and delicious gives you "recommended tags" are these tags based on how other tagged the urls or your own collection? user were to make an effort to bookmark 10 resources on a non-geeky subject of personal interest??? books???,

Guest Post by Angus Parker: Review and Book Giveaway - The New Community Rules by Tamar Weinberg

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I read the book. I was going to write a review and do a book giveaway, but I stumbled upon Wiser Earth blogger Angus Parker's excellent review. We have read a lot of books over the last year that aimed to be the "go to" source for understanding Social Media.

A Group Authored Book on Social Media

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

This book was published through a social networking process - very interesting. The resulting book, The Age of Conversation, brings together over 100 of the world???s And in the spirit of conversation, you can follow-up and extend your interest in the topics covered in the book at the Age of Conversation blog ??? All the proceeds from the sale of this book (less printing and shipping) go to Variety, the Children???s

Great reads from around the web on August 16th

Amy Sample Ward

To follow more of the things I find online, you can follow @amysampleward on Twitter (which is just a blog and resource feed), or find me on Delicious (for all kinds of bookmarks). However, as several new books elaborate upon the concept from different perspectives, and a growing number of organizations have recently launched ambitious initiatives to expand the paradigm to other areas of business, I thought it might be a good time to reframe “Open&# from a design point of view."

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Great reads from around the web on February 1st

Amy Sample Ward

To follow more of the things I find online, you can follow @amysampleward on Twitter (which is just a blog and resource feed), or find me on Delicious (for all kinds of bookmarks). " roundup art bestpractice bookmarks citizenjournalism facebook future google information interviews journalism list maps marketing museums nonprofit postalicious research resources revolution socialmedia strategy twitter

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Great reads from around the web on May 3rd

Amy Sample Ward

To follow more of the things I find online, you can follow @amysampleward on Twitter (which is just a blog and resource feed), or find me on Delicious (for all kinds of bookmarks). Get free postage and mail books you can spare to a child in need. | I come across so many great conversations, ideas, and resources all over the web every day. Here are some of the most interesting things I’ve found recently (as of May 3rd).

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Turn Your Book Club Into a Social Action Club with Kristof and WuDunn's Half the Sky

Have Fun - Do Good

Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn's book, Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide , "lays out an agenda for the world's women and three major abuses: sex trafficking and forced prostitution; gender-based violence including honor killings and mass rape; maternal mortality, which needlessly claims one woman a minute." Why not transform that overwhelm into action by registering your book club with the Mercy Corps Half the Sky Book Club ?

Great reads from around the web on November 25th

Amy Sample Ward

To follow more of the things I find online, you can follow @amysampleward on Twitter (which is just a blog and resource feed), or find me on Delicious (for all kinds of bookmarks). Tags: roundup 2009 bookmarks casestudies community communitybuilder free fundraising gardeningbook interviews list onlinecommunity opensource philanthropy postalicious public report research resources socialmedia tools video wiki

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Great reads from January 12th through January 14th

Amy Sample Ward

WorldChanging - the Book! Tags: roundup bookmarks These are my links for January 12th through January 14th: Network For Good - The audience for this 45-page guide is small nonprofits who need help launching a great online fundraising or marketing campaign in quick order. The guide features 12 real-life strategies organizations are using right now to succeed during the downturn, in addition to tons of great tactical advice, creative samples and other resources.

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Great reads from around the web on July 29th

Amy Sample Ward

We started this blog to continue the conversation we began in our book, The She Spot: Why Women are the Market for Changing the World and How to Reach Them. Tags: roundup bookmarks These are some links I wanted to share from July 29th. Find me on Delicious for more!

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Free and Open Source Tool #13: Flock

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

For bookmarking, it uses your del.icio.us Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Free and Open Source Tool #13: Flock March 9, 2008 I’m running behind, so I need to catch up in the next week or so. I’m still on internet clients, believe it or not, and still have some to go. Today, I’m talking about Flock. Flock is the “social browser.&#

Sticky Notes: Potential for Trouble!

Vertex Systems

He was looking for a way to hold the bookmarks in his song book while singing in the church choir. . The idea for sticky notes was conceived in 1974 by a gentleman by the name of Arthur Fry.

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"Choices Reveal Who We Are" & Who We Are Is Shaped by our Choices.

Network-Centric Advocacy

Getting the data on what users hi-lite is in a way like a peek into a deeper level of our behavior than just the books we follow and the friends we keep but gets at a level of data that may reveal why we like that book, or maybe why we like those people. . Books Personal RantsI always enjoy Valdis Krebs' perspectives on networks. The way Valdis sees the world is interesting and this riff is no different.

Web Analytics: An Hour A Day -- waiting for my copy to arrive, but spotted it in local bookstores.

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The Avinash Kaushik is asking us to send photos of the book and get a free bookmark. My book still hasn't arrived, but managed to sneak a peek in the local bookstore

25 Gifts to Make with Your 2011 Photos

Have Fun - Do Good

Who'd like to make more holiday gifts this year? But I'm often stumped for ideas. One raw material I have more than enough to work with is photos, so today I'm brainstorming holiday gifts to make with them.

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Guest Post by David Venn: Why Organizational Simplicity Is Key To Social Media Strategy Success

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Note from Beth: Simplicity is a good thing and it's been a theme of the book I'm co-writing with Allison. I also set up RSS feeds and bookmarking tools to monitor the work of other organizations I was interested in. Tags: Books Source: Library of Congress.

50 Social Media Content Ideas

Connection Cafe

Good news: bookmark cheat sheet and you'll never draw a blank again. Books needed for elementary students). Author: Cheryl Black. Tell me, does this sound familiar: You're staring at your organization's Facebook page and the writer's block is more like a writer's mountain.

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Lame spam of the day: Raw spam merge text

Robert Weiner

Saved as a favorite|bookmarked!!}, {I really like|I like|I love} {your blog|your site|your web site|your website}!| I stumbledupon it {I will|I am going to|I’m going to|I may} {come back|return|revisit} {once again|yet again} {since I|since i have} {bookmarked|book marked|book-marked|saved as a favorite} it. I’m {book-marking|bookmarking} and will be tweeting this to my followers! I have|I’ve} bookmarked it in my google bookmarks.

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iPhone owners: Anyone solved the multi-Mac dilemma?

Judi Sohn

I use Spanning Sync to keep iCal and Address Book on the laptop in sync with iCal and Address Book on the Mac (and in sync with Google Calendar and Gmail). Foxmarks to sync bookmarks, and now ReadItLater to sync my reading list. I want to sync address book/calendar from the MBP when I’m traveling, and then go back to the iMac when I’m home. Find over-the-air solutions for syncing address book and calendar.

A Few More Tips for Nonprofit Professionals To Avoid Getting Overwhelmed

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

For example, this might be a good opportunity to read that great article about a professional topic that you bookmarked but never have time to read. Flickr Photo by Real Blades, Creative Common License.

Surviving Browser Compatibility Issues

Idealware

Managing Bookmarks with Multiple Broswers. A big challenge with browser hopping is bookmarks. I don’t find that I need my whole bookmark repertoire on my cell phone or tablet. Rather than use a service that just syncs bookmarks, I use a combination of three things that can store bookmarks cross browser and also do more. Browser add-ins will let you book marks sites there instead of using the browser’s bookmarks.

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Don’t miss: top news for association social media

SocialFish

Read The Third Screen – a review of this book about the mobile revolution. Bookmark for great resources and advice… just in case.

Tags and Web2.0

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

In a recent post I claimed that tools like social bookmarking and tagging might be making waves among the technoscenti, but they are not high on the nuts-and-bolts priority list of the typical non-profit. I got dissapproving comments by half a dozen readers - typical was a comment from Mike at Mind Valley who says: I am surprised that you doubt the business value of tagging and social bookmarking. social bookmarking. Tagging is the key to social bookmarking.

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The Art of Facilitating Meetings with Sticky Notes

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

More recent books on these methods include Gamestorming by Dave Gray, Sunni Brown, and James Macanufo and Visual Meetings by David Sibbet (I took David Sibbet’s workshop on visual meeting facilitation and wrote up some reflections here.).

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society - Untitled Article

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

As a blind freshman, I managed to do all those things, but I always came up against one immense barrier: I couldn't just pick up a book and read it. I developed a trademark nod-and-smile for anyone who tried to recommend a book to me, because with my friends reading such a variety of interesting things, and the Library of Congress only producing a couple hundred Braille books a year, chances were I couldn't get my hands on a recommendation.

Grazing on Curated Lists Is Like Sipping A Fine Wine

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I’ve been experimenting with Scoop.It , a bookmarking and curation tool. Aliza Sherman’s Crowdsourcing (She’s just published a book on the topic). Flickr Photo by JC Burns.

5 Social Media Tips for Social Good Companies That Will Get Your Message Heard (In Less Than 10 Minutes Per Day)

SocialFish

Here are 5 quick tips that you can easily implement today to get your company dominating on social media (if you want even more tips, check out our book with over 80+ pages of social media advice for social good companies )…. “I don’t have time for social media.”. “I

My wish for Web 2.5

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Second, is bookmarking. But I’m really getting toward the end of doing double or triple bookmarking. It lets you bookmark to multiple sites with one click. BTW, I exercised great discipline and only have two social bookmarking accounts! Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology My wish for Web 2.5

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10 Twitter Best Practices for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

To better understand your retweet, click-through, and impression rates, be sure to bookmark analytics.twitter.com and visit often while logged in to your Twitter account.

Delicious Bird Tags and Technology Integration

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The poetry program uses poetry books recommended by ReadBoston , one of the first citywide programs designed to help children learn to read. Use of tags to organize and bookmark Internet Resources related to subjects. Just stumbled across this parent/child Book Club Blog ).

5 Social Media Tips for Social Good Companies That Will Get Your Message Heard (In Less Than 10 Minutes Per Day)

SocialFish

Put a bookmark on your calendar to check-in daily to your social media platforms to schedule out content (this is where platforms like Hootsuite and Tweetdeck come in handy!), Guest post by Meg Rulli, Co-founder, ModMark Group.

Tech Tips for Executive Directors: 5 Mobile Apps for Busy Nonprofit Leaders

NTEN

While you can use the app to book, track your taxi and pay for your ride with your credit card - you can also use the app to find local taxi services around the area and call directly for the ride if you prefer. Chrome browser app - This free Google browser app allows you to search fast and sync bookmarks on all of your devices. If you use Chrome as a web browser on your computer, you can send bookmarks to your mobile devices as well. By Sophia Guevara.

4 Signs Your Nonprofit Should Quit a Social Network

Nonprofit Tech for Good

The return on investment was practically nil and it was a great feeling to remove it from my bookmarks, take it off my list, and just let it go. Nonprofit Tech for Good began as a “Nonprofit Organizations” Myspace Page in 2005.