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Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

A cancer-surviving grandma in Denmark re-posts and says “den bedste!”. I was honored to moderate a panel at Innogive Conference on the intersection of social and mobile strategy.

Free Webinar on October 23! Five Reasons Why Your Nonprofit Should Prioritize the Mobile Web in 2014

Nonprofit Tech for Good

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Free Webinar on February 27: 10 Online Communications and Fundraising Best Practices for NGOs

Nonprofit Tech for Good

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New Study Shows that Text Messages Drive Voter Turnout

Mobile Commons

A new study out of Denmark shows that GOTV text messages increase voter turnout. The report analyzed four SMS studies with over 300,000 participants, and discovered that text messages increased turnout by an average of 0.74 percentage points.

TAACCCT Grantee Focus Group / Reception

VisionLink

More than 60 people attended with representatives from organizations such as AACC, Achieving the Dream, Corporate Voices for Working Families, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Collaboratory, PPM Associates, H2P Consortium, Honeywell, the Partnership Contingency from Denmark, and a great range of community colleges and post-secondary institutions.

Year-End Webinar Special for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

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Hugh Evans | Fast Company | Business Innovation

AFP Blog

It''s an innovative cocktail of entertainment, social media, and gamification, and has rallied millions of people worldwide, including celebrity supporters like Ben Affleck and Denmark''s Crown Princess Mary, and an array of corporate backers such as Hewlett-Packard and FedEx

Why Do You, or Don't You Eat Meat?

Have Fun - Do Good

Avo Toasts I made from the VegCookbook Club's January VegCookbook, Crazy Sexy Kitchen Over the last 43 years, I've been a vegan, a vegetarian, and a meat-eater. Now I think of myself as vegan-ish.

Fall Webinar Special for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

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Answers to the Ten Questions I am Most Often Asked

Museum 2.0

In Denmark and Amsterdam, I experienced radical dialogue programs like Human Library , but also a strict formalism as to what happens in galleries. Note: the title of this post pays homage to Elaine Heumann Gurian's excellent and quite different 1981 essay of the same title.

Summer Webinar Special for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

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Spring Webinar Special for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

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What We Talk About When We Talk About Open Data

Idealware

billion in charity tax fraud, and, in a more pedestrian example, a woman in Denmark used government datasets to build a website showing all the public toilets across the country. NOTE: We wrote this post at the invitation of our friends at TechSoup, who originally published it on their blog. Please take a moment to visit their site, which is full of great things of interest to nonprofits.

Book Review: iPhone Millionaire

SocialFish

His consulting clients include The BBC, TV-24/Germany, TV4/Sweden, Oxygen Media, BBC, KBC, TVL, Danmarks Radio (DK), TV-3 Sweden, Norway & Denmark, Tokyo Broadcasting, and Korea Broadcasting. This is a guest post from Michael Rosenblum , author of iPhone Millionaire.

My remarks just made at WIPO today

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Statement of Benetech to the 20th Session of the Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights at the World Intellectual Property Organization June 23, 2010, Geneva, Switzerland • My nonprofit organization, Benetech, operates Bookshare, the largest online library for people with print disabilities, with the mission of bringing accessible books to all people with print disabilities around the world • We have roughly 100,000 members in the U.S.

CrowdStatus: Another Tool for Twitter Groups - How about Twitter Cafe Table?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Sus Nyrop, colleague from Denmark, mentioned a new tool called Crowdstatus. I mentioned a twitter tool called Group Tweet that let you create groups on Twitter. Last week, Techcrunch reported on a privacy disaster that exposed people's private messages suggesting Group Tweet was the cause.

Making Sense of the UN Climate Change Summit in Copenhagen: A Nonprofit Perspective

Tech Soup Blog

World leaders are meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark right now. They're debating climate change agreements and working to create a new set of global policies to help reduce climate change and its many negative impacts. Elliot wrote about the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009 and it's potential importance to nonprofits on Blog Action Day in October.

Bookshare without Borders: #1/3

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Revenues from developed countries such as the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and Denmark, where subscription fees are comparable to those in the United States, help us underwrite the cost of memberships in developing world countries such as India, Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria.

Winter Webinar Special for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

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Museum 2.0 Rerun: Answers to the Ten Questions I Am Most Commonly Asked

Museum 2.0

In Denmark and Amsterdam, I experienced radical dialogue programs like Human Library , but also a strict formalism as to what happens in galleries. This August/September, I am "rerunning" popular Museum 2.0 blog posts from the past.

Betsy Beaumon on Benetech's Literacy Program

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Other new international partners in 2012 include the National Library of Korea, Royal New Zealand Institute for the Blind, Studiebogservice (Denmark), South African Library for the Blind, and Celia Library (Finland).

Peter Morville is A Woman in Second Life and Other IA Summit Secrets.

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

You can see the back of my avatar in the green skirt, the male avatar is Josh Knauer , and my colleague, Susanne Nyrop from Denmark who we bumped into while wandering around Boracay Island.

In Support of Idiosyncrasy

Museum 2.0

Other institutions are idiosyncratic in their relationship to their environment, like the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark, or to their community, like the Wing Luke Asian Museum. People often ask me which museums are my favorite. I don't like to give a list.

More Delightful Secrets: How Much Space Would You Give to an Exclusive Subset of your Audience?

Museum 2.0

Last week in Denmark, I experienced two more delightful hidden treasures, and they led me to this simple question: how much space and money would you devote to providing an exclusive experience within your institution?

Second Life and Communities of Practice Group Action Learning Project

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

It was amazing because the participants spanned the globe - literally - we had representatives from UK, Spain, Denmark, Asia, Austraila, and US.

The Living Library: Using Our Institutions as New Models for Civic Dialogue

Museum 2.0

The Living Library was conceived in Denmark in 2000 as a way to engage youth in dialogue about ending violence by encouraging people to meet their prejudices and fears in a safe, fun, facilitated environment. Are you looking for an innovative no-tech way to engage visitors in civic dialogue?

Please Don't Send Me to My Personal Webpage

Museum 2.0

Yesterday, I visited the Experimentarium , a science center just north of Copenhagen in Denmark. There were many intriguing exhibits and a novel cellphone game (more on that in another post), but I was particularly interested in their new special exhibition on the brain.