Just *Who* is Still Using IE6 Anyhow?

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If you check out IE6 Countdown apparently the answer to our core question lies in big companies like Intel and the countries of China, South Korea and surprisingly India and Japan. Over a third of Chinese (33.8%) and nearly a quarter of South Koreans (24.5%) still use IE6.

Mr. Jim Goes to Washington (and New York, and Nairobi, and Seoul, and Kampala, and Boston…)

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Met with a major international human rights defender group about our Martus technology and digital security more generally. The Africa Forum is the premier meeting of blindness groups across sub-Saharan Africa, and it’s held roughly every three years. It was the third Africa Forum I’ve attended: I went to Accra, Ghana, in 2011 and South Africa in 2004. I had a couple of meetings on the topic, including an illuminating discussion with the Transitional Justice Working Group.

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MobileActive Strategy Guide Now Available for Download

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

a number of popular uprisings in the Ukraine and South Korea, to name just a. based group Mobile Voter aims to register 55,000 young people to. Via a press release from Michael Stein Mobile phones have enormous potential in electoral, voter. registration, and election monitoring campaigns, finds a MobileActive Strategy. Guide released today by MobileActive, a global network of organizations and. individuals using mobile phones for activism and civic engagement. The Guide.

Provide the Nonprofit Voice to America's Broadband Plan

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Consumers in South Korea and Japan can get broadband speeds reaching 1 Gigabit per second (Gbps) for less than the monthly price a U.S. Flickr Photo by Chi King The Federal Communications Commission is seeking public comment on how to draft America's national broadband plan.

MCON13 Live Blog: Millennial Giving (Alia McKee, Sea Change Strategies and Justin Wheeler, LINK)

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People make decisions based on the value-groups with with they most strongly identify. Millennials like instant gratification (in this case a trip to south korea to meet the refugees your funds rescued). Throughout the day, we''ll be live blogging sessions from MCON13 , a virtual conference to help leaders engage the Millennial generation. These are notes from the session featuring presentations from Alia McKee and Justin Wheeler, with brief Q&A at the end of each talk.