Blockchain for Impact: Blockchain Revolution Global Event Wrap-Up

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Blockchain for Impact: Blockchain Revolution Global Event Wrap-Up – Guest Post . BlockchainRevGlobal (@rev_global) April 25, 2019. After a successful kickoff and two-day run, the Blockchain Revolution Global conference is coming to an end.

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Mobile, Voice-Operated Everything, and Security, Oh My! Top Nonprofit Tech for 2016

Tech Soup Blog

Lithium ion battery failures were big again this past year. Lithium ion batteries will continue to power our mobile devices — and continue to catch fire now and then, but not that often.

Why You Need to Respond Quickly to Social Media Comments

SocialFish

A comprehensive survey by Lithium Technologies revealed that 53% of Twitter users expect to hear back from brands within an hour of tweeting, and that number shoots up to 72% when the tweet in question involves a specific complaint. Guest post by Daniel Kushner, CEO of Oktopost.com. ————–.

SOCAP: The Market at the Intersection of Money and Meaning

Tech Soup Blog

In June, the Stanford Social Innovation Review published a two-part piece by TechSoup Global Founder and Chief Instigator, Daniel Ben-Horin. She said that it generates more electricity at a lower cost than lead-acid and lithium ion batteries.

Blogging by Candlelight

Gavin's Digital Diner

I get to ponder global pandemics, earthquakes, deep-fat-fried-Twinkies, extensive power outages, staff gone wild, management run amok, nuclear winter, printer jams, and printer jellies. Obviously, I’m on an alien flight path and the damn di-lithium crystals are playing havoc with the flux capacitors again. I woke up when I heard the snap, crackle, pop. A tree had fallen in the woods and I had heard it.

Interview with Jodie Van Horn of Freedom from Oil and Plug-in Bay Area

Have Fun - Do Good

They recognize that citizens are extremely concerned about global warming. In September 2006, Marin County soft ordered 22 Plug-in Hybrids Electric Vehicles. In October the City of Berkeley soft ordered 40 plug-ins and in December the city of Alameda soft ordered 98. What's going on?