Ancient Greece 2.0: Arts Participation before the Industrial Age

Museum 2.0

When we talk about making museums or performing arts organizations more participatory and dynamic, those changes are often seen as threatening to the traditional arts experience.

Miradi all over the world!

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

I just heard about the use of Miradi and the Open Standards in the Axios Delta in Greece. Tags: Miradi Axios Greece It's easy to forget how technology spreads. They have just released their management plan (in English). What a thrill to see our software used to figure out how to conserve an exciting nature area I've only just now learned about! And, we're getting reports from all over the world of Miradi being used in countries like Indonesia and China, among many others.

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10 Ways To Reveal Your Organization's Best Stories

Frogloop

Think of your organization as Odysseus trying to get home to share your mission in Ithaca, Greece. If your organization is struggling to tell your story, you are not alone. Chances are if you are like most organizations, you actually have access to the greatest stories from your donors, activists, and key stakeholders, but these stories just aren’t being captured by staff people or written down.

Nonprofits: The Case for Integrating Email & Social

SocialFish

At Attentive.ly, we’ve helped clients like Greenpeace Greece get a 70% increase in their open rate and up to 6 times their normal click rate. . This is the second post in a series provided for SocialFish by Artie Patel of Attentive.ly. ———– We love email.

Membership as Living Community

SocialFish

Once upon a time I was an aspiring academic, doing field work in rural Greece and the US and publishing about communities that formed around ritual mourning and celebrations.

Open 40

Changing the World: TechSoup's Newest Global Partner

Tech Soup Blog

In addition to Syria and Iraq, these are Bulgaria, Greece, Georgia, Armenia, Iran, and the Azerbaijani exclave: Nakhchivan. (If Are you sitting down?! We've got some exciting news.

New on SSIR: Are we addicted to Slacktivism?

Amy Sample Ward

According to ABC news : According to the trend-tracking website Know Your Meme , the cartoon fad started with Facebook users in Greece and Cyprus in mid-November. My latest contribution to the Stanford Social Innovation Review is now up – it’s reposted below, but you can find the original post and conversation on SSIR.

Slacktivism: Can Cartoons Raise Awareness or Just Make Us Feel Good?

NetWits

Whether it started on accident, was part of a specific campaign, or originated in Greece , this meme seemed to really have legs! Did you notice something toony about Facebook last weekend?

Tips on how to mobilize your supporters

Frogloop

A Mashable meetup in Greece. When you moderate a panel at BlogWorld Expo , ironically, sometimes you’re the last person to blog about it. Such is the case with the Oct. 16 “Mobilizing your social network&# panel with this all-star lineup: Andres Glusman of Meetup.com , Justin Perkins of Care2 , George Weiner of DoSomething and Giselle Diaz Campagna of Free Speech TV. There were some valuable resources mentioned, so I’ll try to assemble them here into a neat package.

Who Am I? Internal vs. External Role-Playing in Museums

Museum 2.0

Recently I've been looking at ways cultural institutions invite people to self-identify relative to the visit experience. Having your own profile relative to an exhibition can help you find a way "in" to the experience via your own interests.

NTC Boston: Brian Reich: Online Fundraising Strategy

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Unicef in Greece raised $6 million euros for tsunami. Download brian.wmv. "It's the strategy, stupid." " Brian Reich of Mindshare Interactive Campaigns gave an excellent presentation on Internet/Online Strategies.

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Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

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