NTEN We Are Media Project: Week 1 - How Can Your Nonprofit Organization Avoid Drinking the Web 2.0 Kool-Aid.

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The expression "drinking the Kool-Aid" has come to mean that " one has embraced a particular philosophy or perspective ," although the expression " Don't Drink The Kool-Aid" is a reference to the 1978 cult mass-suicide in Jonestown, Guyana. So that's why I was glad to see in the comments of the first post " The Why of Social Media " a suggestion of creating a "Don't Drink the Kool Aid Questionnaire" by John Kenyon in a comment here.

Adventures in Participatory Journalism: An Interview with Sarah Rich about 48 Hour Magazine

Museum 2.0

He set up an infrastructure for people to evaluate submissions by giving it a yes, no, or maybe, with comments. For example, we received a photo essay that featured images taken months ago in French Guyana. I bought two; if you’d like me to mail my second one to you, leave a brilliant comment and I’ll pick a winner at random (US only for this one). A few weeks ago, a group of San Francisco-based writers had a crazy idea: they would make a magazine in 48 hours.