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33 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

You can either broadcast live (think of it as your own radio station) or host the messages on the Cinchcast server for later listening. Additionally, the app serves as hub to all other Google Apps, such as Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Reader, Voice, Maps, etc. If you haven’t done so already, it would be wise to search for your nonprofit on Wikipedia to see if anyone has created a page for your nonprofit, because that now means you also have a page on Qwiki.

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50 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

You can either broadcast live (think of it as your own radio station) or host the messages on the Cinchcast server for later listening. Ideal for activist organizations, CrowdVoice allows organizers to create “Voices” of protest where users can monitor and contribute links, photos, and videos of protests worldwide. Additionally, the app serves as hub to all other Google Apps, such as Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Reader, Voice, Maps, etc.

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60 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

You can either broadcast live (think of it as your own radio station) or host the messages on the Cinchcast server for later listening. Ideal for activist organizations, CrowdVoice allows organizers to create “Voices” of protest where users can monitor and contribute links, photos, and videos of protests worldwide. Additionally, the app serves as hub to all other Google Apps, such as Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Reader, Voice, Maps, etc.

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22 Must-Read Updates to Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

The Broadcast Web.” The Broadcast Web i.e., one-to-many communications defined as broadcasting outward with complete control of the message and no public interaction or feedback. Chapter 3 :: Find Your Facebook Voice. The Facebook Community Pages that were created by automating content from Wikipedia have been mostly removed from Facebook Search. And the Google Search App and Bing Search App are very useful and now empowered with voice search.

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70 Low-Cost or Free Web-Based Tools for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

You can either broadcast live (think of it as your own radio station) or host the messages on the Cinchcast server for later listening. Ideal for activist organizations, CrowdVoice allows organizers to create “Voices” of protest where users can monitor and contribute links, photos, and videos of protests worldwide. Additionally, the app serves as hub to all other Google Apps, such as Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Reader, Voice, Maps, etc.

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85 Low-Cost or Free Web-Based Tools for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

You can either broadcast live (think of it as your own radio station) or host the messages on the Cinchcast server for later listening. Ideal for activist organizations, CrowdVoice allows organizers to create “Voices” of protest where users can monitor and contribute links, photos, and videos of protests worldwide. Additionally, the app serves as hub to all other Google Apps, such as Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Reader, Voice, Maps, etc.

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60 Fun, Useful, and Totally Random Resources for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

You can either broadcast live (think of it as your own radio station) or host the messages on the Cinchcast server for later listening. Ideal for activist organizations, CrowdVoice allows organizers to create “Voices” of protest where users can monitor and contribute links, photos, and videos of protests worldwide. Additionally, the app serves as hub to all other Google Apps, such as Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Reader, Voice, Maps, etc.

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Trust Me, Know Me, Love Me: Trust in the Participatory Age

Museum 2.0

Books are a distant second at 61%, and a majority of Americans find print and broadcast media and the Internet to be not trustworthy." There are two reasons to pursue this: for better accuracy (trusted source of info) and for more diverse inclusion of voices (trusted source of varied social experience). And then there's the value of primary voices for interestingness. These personal voices made the Aquarium staff more trustworthy as engaged participants themselves.

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