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! This year for the holidays, our "gift" to ourselves (over the next four years) is to sponsor Leng Soparoth for college in Cambodia through the Sharing Foundation.

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. at 3:34 pm Why stop at the iPod and iPhones. The iPod is a rip off.

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[Cool Social Tools] Awesome-ize your Instagrams and Vines with VideoSound


or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Startups and tech vendors are welcome to contact me at maddie[at]socialfish[dot]org to submit guest posts about their platforms – SocialFish readers love to read about new tools and apps! ———-.

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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. Looking for additional resources like this? Register for our Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Events Newsletter and get a monthly dose of quality content.

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Event Fundraising Contests That Will Blow Your Mind!!


Her second most effective contest states: Raise $150 by the end of February and you will be entered into a drawing for 1 of 2 iPod Nanos. . Others, like logo merchandise or the ever-popular iPods or iPads may need to be purchased.

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59 Useful Mobile Apps & Online Tools for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Splice makes it easy to create fully customized videos on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. The number of low-cost or free apps and online tools available to nonprofits today is astounding.

How To Get Insight From Data Visualization: SHUT UP and SLOW DOWN!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

” I gave myself 30 minutes, played Mozart on my Ipod and looked at all the data one page. From SXSW Session: Shut Up and Draw.

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12 Useful, Well-Designed, Worth-Downloading iPhone Apps Created by Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Designed specifically for the iPhone and iPod touch, National Geographic’s new and improved World Atlas puts our best maps in the palm of your hand.

Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home Science on my ipod Science on my ipod Last Updated on Friday, 20 July 2007 10:44 Written by Steve Friday, 20 July 2007 10:44 I was recently prompted to buy an iphone thanks to a bunch of folks in the Salesforce community who chipped in money for the purchase. The phone is great, and it’s the first ipod I’ve ever owned.

Are you on the Mobile Bandwagon?

Connection Cafe

I branched out with an iPod touch, and that was my gateway into the smartphone world. Author: Sally Heaven. Mobile is a growing trend that just won't quit. Is your organization ready?

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Benetech: President's Update

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

With our Read2Go app, Bookshare members can now search, download and read Bookshare books and periodicals on their iPad, iPhone and iPod touch devices. President’s Update Fall 2011 Don’t be surprised, but we’re picking up the pace of change at Benetech!

Webinar on Intuition by Vertex

Vertex Systems

During this webinar, you will see how to: Eliminate paper, errors, redundancy, illegibility, compliance and reporting issues Enter time & documentation using an iPod, iPad, laptop, PC, telephone, timeclock and more Maximize billing of all authorized dollars Improve D.O.L.

The Bring Your Own Device Nightmare


People lose their phones, iPods or USB drives all the time. Be careful with this option since if it is not configured properly it can ‘brick’ certain devices like iPods or smart phones. This article, which originally appeared on Lasa's Knowledgebase , looks at the increasing trend of staff bringing their own mobile or portable devices into the work environment and how you can secure your network against intrusion.

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Digital Diner

Gavin's Digital Diner

Digital Diner Gavin Clabaugh's irregular blog on irregular things. Comments Posts Home Some Stuff About Me Contents & Site Map Disclaimer Lifestream Kissing the Frog Kermit’s a liar. You can’t trust a frog (and any princess worth her salt could tell you that).

10NTC Science Fair Preview - Giveaways, More Giveaways and Free Apple iPads


We will be raffling off an iPod Touch at the booth. Stop by the Event 360 booth to meet our team, learn about our online toolkit and enter to win an iPod Touch! Stop by our booth for a candy bar and a chance to win an iPod Shuffle or an iTunes gift card.


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?

Happy New Year!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Just have to set up the printer, scanner, treo, IPOD, and online backup procedure Happy New Year! I'm so excited, I"m almost done with damn computer migration.

Packable philanthropy: Donate a TEDx in a Box

AFP Blog

It’s a suitcase stuffed with everything an economically marginalized community needs to host their very own TEDx event — a projector, an iPod preloaded with subtitled TED Talks, a sound system, camcorders to capture fresh talks, and a how-to guide. Packable philanthropy: Donate a TEDx in a Box : What is a TEDx in a Box, you ask?

Easy Credit Card Payments for Your Nonprofit (Sharing the NTC Bookstore Experience)


You plug a tiny reader, the approximate height and length of a donut hole and width of your finger, into the headphone jack of an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch and swipe a credit card through it. The NTC Bookstore and the wonderful NTC Bookstore volunteers If you bought something from the bookstore at the NTC, you may have already met the credit card app, Square. We’ve received a lot of questions in person and over email about how Square works, so we thought we’d share our experience.


Secret Agent L: Covering the Globe with Random Acts of Kindess

Have Fun - Do Good

We're listening to our iPods. We're listening to our iPods. Photo by Rob de la Cretaz "We're so busy. We walk down the street. We're plugged into our phones. We're looking down at our BlackBerries. We're not actually acknowledging the people around us.

Friday Fun Links: Teahouse Studio, Generosity Plans and Cookies

Have Fun - Do Good

Chatted with all kinds of creative ladies: Andrea Sher Mati Rose McDonough Maya Stein Jennifer Hewett Jen Lemen Jennifer Lee Lisa Sonora Beam Rachel Cole Samin Nosrat Sherry Richert Belul Stefanie Reneé Tiffany Moore Willo O'Brien • Listening to my 1-hour Get up and Go Morning Mix on my iPod.

11NTC Science Fair Preview: Giveaways and Even More Giveaways!


Individuals participating in a demo will also be entered into a daily drawing to receive a free iPod touch®. 16 GB iPod Nano nFocus Software Brightly colored canvas bags to carry all the wonderful things you will collect at the conference. The 2011 Nonprofit Technology Conference kicks off tomorrow and one of the key elements to Community Day is the Science Fair. The Science Fair isn't like a typical conference exhibit hall.

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Office Greening for the Holidays: Closing Up Shop

Tech Soup Blog

Unplug chargers for computers, cell phones, iPods, and other chargeable devices. According to Green Home Huddle "Your cell phone charger, iPod charger, laptop charger, etc. keep drawing electricity even if your phone/iPod/laptop/etc isn't charging. If your organization is like many others in the U.S., your office may be closed for several days during the upcoming weeks. Here are 10 items to check off your list while shutting down for those days.

The Future of the Nonprofit Office: Working from Home v2.0


FaceTime allows two iPhone -- and soon, next-generation iPad and iPod Touch -- users to have a streaming video and audio conversation while both are connected to a wireless network. By Grant Howe, VP Research and Development, Nonprofit Solutions, Sage Business Solutions. What will the nonprofit office of the future look like? Probably like your own home. Corporations and nonprofits alike are rapidly embracing the practice of letting employees work remotely.

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What's Involved in Technology Planning — Tech Planning for Your Mission

Tech Soup Blog

For example, new iPods come out every September. Welcome to the first of three blog posts in our technology planning series. We’ll discuss how to maximize your resources with a. well-thought-out plan, how to conduct a technology assessment, and.

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Case Study: Providing Event Attendees with Wireless Internet via Mobile Broadband


My standard way to check on a device that might have locked up was to connect with my iPod, open the app, and if it couldn’t ping a server there was probably an issue. By Jason Samuels, Manager of Information Technology, National Council on Family Relations.


Computer Refurbishment and Accessibility

Tech Soup Blog

There is a surprising number of nonprofit computer refurbishers in North America that now supply accessible technology equipped computers, and lately iPads and iPods to disabled people at no or low cost.

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!

The Dish: 2011 Convio Summit

Connection Cafe

If you sign up for a 30 minute feedback session, we’ll enter you in a drawing for an iPod Touch! Author: Jill Ward. The 2011 Convio Summit is 14 days away.


Connection Cafe

So maybe it's just because I actually brought a functioning hand-held mobile device, my trusty iPod touch, to the 2010 Convio Summit this year, but it seems to me that following the hashtag for the Convio Summit - which is #convio10 - really enhances the conference-going experience.


Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Just so it doesn't get boring, I take my Ipod along and listen to music or podcasts. His show is a reason why every nonprofit should have an Ipod (or at least aggressively drop their business cards into raffles to win one!) Can anyone recommend one of the gizmos that allows you plug your Ipod into your car radio? On most mornings, I try to get my exercise done in the morning, a five mile run or spinning.

Podcasting for Nonprofits

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Podcasting Without An Ipod, Internet Access, or Electricity 2. I'm also wondering about removing barriers to podcasting for nonprofits in countries without much infrastructure, like Cambodia. Feedback would be appreciated. Conversation with Andy Carvin about Podcasting in the Third World.

The Times They are a-Changin'

Vertex Systems

Many end-users and supervisors are so used to writing things down by hand, they don’t want to be bothered to enter documentation into an iPod Touch, for instance.

Twitter for Airport Travel Hassles

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I listened to music on my Ipod, including Music for Airports. I'm in the Columbia River Gorge on the Oregon/Washington border (finally) to do my Nonprofits and Social Media Workshop at the RWJ Foundation's annual meeting for grantees.

More on the Apple announcement

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

But on Friday prices fell as Apples lowered its projections for iPod and Macintosh computer sales. Apple stock climbed about 15% on Wednesday and Thursday after the announcement of the BootCamp Windows loader convinced most observers that Apple's share of the pc marketplace would expand. But much more interesting than market moves is this spirited debate about the meaning and implications of Windows on the Mac hosted on Nicholas Carr's Rough Type blog

7 Reasons Nonprofits Need iPads


Skeptics doubted the iPod in 2001 , but it went on to help revolutionize how people consume music and audio content. Apple's new iPad tablet computer has spawned some mixed reactions. Some over-hype it as "magical" and "transformative."

Usability Lab at Summit 2011

Connection Cafe

Even better, by participating you’ll be entered in a drawing for an iPod touch! Author: Alissa Ruehl. Are you going to Convio's 2011 Summit in October? Do you want to share your opinions so that we can make Convio more user-friendly? The Convio Usability Lab will be back for its 4th year. No white coats or mad scientists here, just a team of user experience professionals who will be waiting to hear your opinions so we can make Convio software easier to use. The process is simple.

Creature Comfort: Where are the Couches in Museums?

Museum 2.0

They also have one with chairs with iPods for listening to music. In the final installment of Museum 2.0’s s four part series on comfort in museums, we get down to the basics: creature comfort.

The Kindle: Pretty Cool!

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Sort of like the iPod: not the first of its type, but the one that pointed the way forward and ignited the field. Kindle This is the first ebook product that gives me a vision of where the book is going to go. I am imagining students with complete libraries without having to carry twenty pounds in their backpacks! And, while not perfect, it gives a vision of where this technology will go.

Cool Green Charger for Hand-Held Devices

Tech Soup Blog

The new nPower® PEG gives you the power to recharge your cell phone, iPod, or other hand-held device when you when you're on the move. Looking for a green way to charge your cell phone? Some of the features are: Charges over 3,000 hand-held electronics. Charges through kinetic energy generation (it generates power as you walk or bike). Stores energy for later use. Yesterday was the first day anyone could order these. They first ship in June.