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ON VACATION: Back online October 20!

Nonprofit Tech for Good

No phone, no computer, no Internet, no iPod. On a beach in Central America! Back online refreshed and ready for a very busy fall on October 20! I have accepted an extremely exciting, but time-consuming project related to social media and nonprofits that will keep me very busy through the end of January.

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Preparing For Irene - Shelter View App


Two options: a) If you have an iPhone, iPod or iPad, go to the App Store and search for "Shelter View." If you have an iPhone, iPod or iPad, this is the one App we hope you will never need. Preparing for Hurricane Irene? Be sure to keep up to date with Disaster Shelter information from the American Red Cross.

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Better than A Video Ipod for the Holidays!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Believe it or not, college tuition in Cambodia is about the cost of a couple of video Ipods! She was the lead dancer in the orphanage dance troupe, but now she enters her freshman year at Norton University in Phnom Penh. She will major in accounting. (We We tried to identify a female IT major, but.). Maybe some day she will blog.

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“Is Your Organization Outgrowing eTapestry?”


Think about what he and his team achieved in just two key product categories; going from the portable CD player to the iPod and from the flip phone to the iPhone were giant breakthroughs. However, seldom (in any market) are there true breakthroughs in design or structure. That is why Steve Jobs was so admired.

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Five Recent Facebook Upgrades That Nonprofits Need to Know About

Nonprofit Tech for Good

For nonprofit Facebook Page Admins on the go, Facebook recently released a new Facebook Pages Manager App for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. App Center > Utilities > Petitions. 2) New Facebook Pages Manager App.

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Turning Fundraising into a Game: Groupon, Zynga and Care2 do it, Why Don’t You?


Relay for Life – Incentives like Bose speakers; iPods and sweatshirts are awarded for reaching fundraising levels ranging from $250 to $10,000. Leukemia & Lymphoma’s Light the Night Walk – Walkers receive e-Store or Best Buy gift cards as they reach various fundraising levels.

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Has Apple become evil? No, but they are getting stupid.

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

I like my 60G iPod that I’ve had for a while, and although I tire of lugging around three electronic devices (cell phone, Palm, iPod), and that my current phone is about to fall apart, the cost and the fact that it was so new made me decide not to go for it, even though AT&T is my carrier. The iPod is a rip off.

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