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How to Help After Hurricane Ian


With catastrophic flooding and winds of up to 150 mph, Hurricane Ian has had a devastating impact on many areas of Florida and Cuba. While it’s difficult to see how Hurricane Ian has affected the lives of so many people, and we don’t yet know the full aftermath of the storm, there are plenty of ways you can lend a hand to those in need.

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Lame spams of the day: assorted LinkedIn ploys

Robert Weiner

Another lame LinkedIn series had subjects like "Yetta is now part of your network. Keep connecting." and the text: robert, Congratulations! You and Yetta are now connected. Yetta Schumacher (clicking on the name leads to an infected site.). --. Your coupon code is toronto. How to use a coupon or discount code.

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Upcoming Nonprofits Live: DIY Blogging

Tech Soup Blog

Her most recent project, Project Hope Art , is on a mission to use art as a catalyst for healing and expression to improve the quality of life for children in need.

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"Leveling the Playing Field" Through Broadband and Public Computers


In 2001 a hurricane struck that island of Cuba, straining that nation's ability to provide commodities such as rice and corn for their population. Due to US restraints on trade, Cuba was only able to purchase Missouri rice through a cash trade.

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Facebook Advertising Experiment for Nonprofit Organizations :: The Results

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Now would be a good time for some nonprofits to expand their Facebook Page use beyond a having Page for their organization ( Latin America Working Group ) to also creating a Facebook Page(s) for a campaign ( End the Travel Ban on Cuba ). LAWG has had much more success with their campaign Facebook Page, than their organizational Page.

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Reflections from Networked Nonprofit Workshop for Latin American NGOs

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Most felt they were at the walking stage and a few crawling, mostly because a few offices were new like the Office in Cuba or that the use of networks and social media wasn’t as intentional as it could be.

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Mission Possible: Tell Us Your Symantec Story and Win Prizes!

Tech Soup Blog

This Challenge is void in Cuba, Iran, Myanmar, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, and all countries under sanction by the U.S. This Challenge is void in the U.S. government (" U.S. Embargo Countries "). Submission Restrictions. (a) a) In General.

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