Eco-blogs target younger generations in South Florida |

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Eco-blogs target younger generations in South Florida | "Eco-blogs target younger generations in South FloridaBy BRIDGET CAREYThe Miami HeraldMIAMIRebecca Carter has a mission: raise awareness of local, green-minded organizations through one Web destination.Last year, she launched her blog,, and now it's beginning to blossom as the go-to destination for green.

Join Us for the 2009 International Computer Refurbisher Summit

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This year's summit will be held in Miami Beach, Florida on October 14 and 15 with the theme of "Prospering in Recessionary Times.". Tags: Acquiring Technology Green Office GreenTech Hardware Recycled & Refurbished Computers Recycled & Refurbished Computers TechSoup is hosting upcoming 6th Annual International Computer Refurbisher Summit (ICRS 2009).

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Computer Refurbishment and Accessibility

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A good example of such a program is Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley Assistive Technology Services. An additional benefit is that they are all green nonprofits in that they extend the lives of donated IT equipment and supply it to those for whom it can literally be a lifeline. Accessible Technology GreenTech Hardware Recycled and Refurbished Computers Microsoft Green IT assitive technology accessibility goQ sustainability

The Most Generous Online Giving Cities in the U.S.

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Miami. Green Bay. Miami Gardens. Online fundraising continued its double-digit growth in 2013, retaining the mantle as the fastest growing fundraising channel, growing at 13.5% according to Blackbaud’s most recent Charitable Giving Report. For many years now Blackbaud has published data on the most generous online giving cities in the United States. For the 2013 edition, we made the decision to significantly expand the amount of data in the analysis.

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Launching the First Wave of the OF/BY/FOR ALL Change Network

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Eventually, we may build a certification program, like LEED for green buildings, or B Corps for social enterprise. How do you build a movement for institutional change? That's the question we've been grappling with as we start the OF/BY/FOR ALL initiative. Our goal is to help civic and cultural institutions become more representative OF, co-created BY, and welcoming FOR their diverse communities.

20 Lists of Holiday Gifts that Give Back

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My friend Gabriela of One Love Alliance forwarded me an email today from Slow Family Living that said: "Remember? It's supposed to be Comfort and Joy. Not stress and overwhelm. Don't forget to. Slow Down. Connect. And truly Enjoy this holiday season." Isn't that awesome? So, before you dive into your holiday gift shopping, remember that the "gifts that give back" the most are the ones given with love, no matter what they are.

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Is There a Community of #Tech4Good Activists Waiting for You?

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Miami: 4,000 potential members. Saint Paul, Minnesota: Skill Extension: Maps (on the Green Line) | Sponsors: Maptime MSP Meetup, CARTO. TechSoup's NetSquared community of Tech4Good meetups is growing! As of January 25, there are 40,000 nonprofit members attending free tech networking events and workshops in 75 cities. So if you're looking to build your skills and find your fellow accidental techies, there's probably a group near you!

NetCentric Advocacy: Pitching Blogs: Is there a difference between a PR hack and political or advocacy strategies?

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Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « Cuke Skywalker, Ham Solo and Chewbroccoli: Viral Store Wars builds on Star Wars Release to Highlight Industrial Farm Practices | Main | The Power of the Lie in a Story: New Reading List » May 22, 2005 Pitching Blogs: Is there a difference between a PR hack and political or advocacy strategies? NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity.

Jewish Television Network Delivers Online Religious Service

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My “official&# classes begin in 6 weeks with the Rabbi in Miami, Florida. I am a student at Bowling Green State University and cannot make it home for services, this is a great way for me to participate in a service while at school. Once again the Jewish Television Network let people remotely watch Kol Nidre (Jewish High Holiday) service from their home via live webcast. And, for the second year in a row it was a hit.

Beaconfire Survey: Tech Gadgets | Beaconfire Wire

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Taylor, Software Engineer : After being delayed at the Miami airport for 6 hours and having no way of communicating with my (non-Spanish speaking) friend who was anxiously awaiting my arrival in San Jose, I am going to have to say cellphones. Related Posts Beaconfire Survey: New iPhone Beaconfire Survey: Green Computing Beaconfire Survey: The New Facebook NTC Reflections: Confessions of a Twitter Convert Beaconfire Survey: What online innovactions do you predict in 2008?