Non-Fungible Fundraising: NFTs for Good

Whole Whale

This may only be possible if nonprofits have high profiles, or high profile donors, that are also already involved in non-fungible tokens. This example shows how a nonprofit can be a fun partner to meme NFT and benefit from the sale.

Geek Heresy

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Along the way of making his case, he takes on a lot of the popular tech and business for social good memes, like: One Laptop Per Child The Hole-in-the-Wall experiment The Arab Spring as social media revolution Toms Shoes The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid (CK Prahalad) Telecenters The fetish of school testing (aka No Child Left Behind) Google (especially some optimistic pronouncements) He scores some good points here, usually by pointing out that the hype doesn’t match up with the claims.

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Social Media Adoption: The Line Between Individual/Personal and Organizational

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

This is the Social = Me First meme , I have spoken on widely. I've been promoter of the idea of "jump in as individual first" although there are some tensions there -- Eric Eckle pointed out in a recent discussion about Facebook's policy of not allowing organizations to set up profiles, only individuals. Technology providers also try to avoid getting seduced by the hype cycles. How short was the hype cycle of MySpace?

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