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. She is an orphan from Kampong Speu and lived in the same orphanage as our daughter, Sara. Leng is the only girl from her orphanage to pass the high school graduation exam.

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

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How to Delete a Wireless on Your MAC & Test Network Speed

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How to forget a WiFi network on the iPhone, iPod, and iPad touch. Do you get bothered whenever your device connects to a WiFi network without your knowledge? Here is a guide on how to forget a WiFi network on Mac, iPhone, iPad, and iTouch. Also, get to know how to test network speed.

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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.

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?

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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.

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Preparing For Irene - Shelter View App

VisionLink

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. The application is free; it maps information about open shelters, and provides information about location, capacity and more very useful to those near the disaster area.

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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. So busy in fact that I have postponed most of the webinars left in 2010 until mid-February 2011 ( View Webinar Schedule ). More on that when I get back!

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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.

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Great iPhone Fixing Up Choices That Are For You

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

After an iPhone crash, iPod or any other smartphone and tablets, you have a good chance of seeing the smartphone screen cracked or even broken and unusable. Does the message “no service” appear on your iPhone screen? This means that your device cannot receive or make calls.

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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.

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

NetWits

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. At this year’s SXSW conference, keynote speaker Seth Priebatsch said the next 10 years will be the decade of games.

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Community Technology Survey from NPower and Accenture

Tech Soup Blog

By the way, three people who complete the survey will be chosen at random and will win an iPod Shuffle so get on it today! From our colleagues at NPower and Accenture. In an effort to get a fresh sense of what software is being used daily amongst nonprofits across the country and to understand nonprofit satisfaction with these options NPower and Accenture have joined together to put out a Community Technology Survey.

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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. Update: This post was originally published in December 2008, but since it holds lots of useful information for closing your office over a holiday break, we wanted to update it and put it at the top of our list for the 2009 holiday.

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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. I say this with a mixture of excitement and sheer terror since I still have a list a mile long of things to get done before the event.

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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.

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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? If you follow the news about smartphones, then you might have noticed that in 2011, shipments of smartphones outpaced shipments of PCs. And that in 2012, sales of smartphones are poised to outpace sales of PCs.

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501c3Cast

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.

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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.

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

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Around the TechSoup Global Blogosphere, April 3-9

Tech Soup Blog

Becky notices that NPower and Accenture are giving away iPod Shuffles to people who participate in a survey. We've had a lot to talk about this week. From the TechSoup Community: TechSoup Blog. Elliot wonders what the end of Encarta means for libraries and education nonprofits. Elliot points out a new guide from Public Citizen about avoiding libel in your writing. Becky summarizes Frogloop's advice from SXSW about social media marketing. Donate Your Brain.

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Is your site optimized for mobile?

Connection Cafe

And while I don't have a smartphone myself, I do have an iPod touch that I used to access websites while on maternity leave. Author: Sally Heaven. Continuing the theme of "busy mom" from last month , I wanted to take a moment to talk about the need for organizations to optimize their sites for use with mobile devices. I'm not going to tell you HOW to do it - the nuts and bolts are for others to discuss. Rather, I want to convince you of the NEED to do it. First - some stats.

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Event Fundraising Contests That Will Blow Your Mind!!

NetWits

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. Register for our Event Fundraising eNewsletter to receive more practical fundraising tips like these in your inbox. Register Now !

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Apple, it’s time to move parental controls to the cloud

Judi Sohn

She’s had her iTunes account for years, going back to her first hand-me-down phone which she used as an iPod. We’re an Apple family, since way before it was cool. Right now, I have a 2.5 year old iMac that is still going strong, iPad 3 and iPhone 4S. Husband has an iPad 3 and iPhone 5. Teenager #1 has an iPad 3 and uses a hand-me-down iMac for writing/school work. Teenager #2 has her dad’s hand-me-down iPhone 4 and my hand-me-down 2009 MacBook.

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The iPad will probably be a great device. Someday.

Judi Sohn

At this moment we have 5 Macs in active use in our home, 2 iPhones and one iPhone without SIM that's essentially an iPod Touch. I didn't buy an iPod until its 5th generation. I'm not buying an iPad , nor am I buying into the hype about it. I love that with Apple products, folks don't realize that they can't live without something until Steve Jobs tells them what they can't live without.

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The iPad will probably be a great device. Someday.

Judi Sohn

At this moment we have 5 Macs in active use in our home, 2 iPhones and one iPhone without SIM that's essentially an iPod Touch. I didn't buy an iPod until its 5th generation. I'm not buying an iPad , nor am I buying into the hype about it. I love that with Apple products, folks don't realize that they can't live without something until Steve Jobs tells them what they can't live without.

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The End of the Beginning of Online Giving

Connection Cafe

Here is a short list of innovations that happened after online giving began in 1999: Airbnb, Android, Bitcoin, Chrome, Dropbox, Etsy, Facebook, Github, Hashtags, iPod, iPhone, iPad, jQuery, Kindle, LinkedIn, MySpace, Netflix, Oculus Rift, Pinterest, Reddit, Slack, Tesla, Twitter, USB Flash Drive, Venmo, Wii, Xbox, YouTube, and the Zettabyte. 2019 marks 20 years since online giving first began in any significant way.

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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. Amazon.com: 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.

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Hosting an Engaging and Successful Virtual Event - A Panel Discussion

Achieve

Before smart phones were in everyone's pocket, they handed out Apple iPod Touches to bidders at events to allow participants to bid on silent auctions. Panel Discussion: ?. Hosting an Engaging and Successful Virtual Event. ?. August 26, 2020. ?. ?.

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. My connecting flight out of New York was delayed by 4 hours! We sat on the runway. They served us drinks and let us use our cell phones. When the battery died, I amused myself using the mobile version of Twitter.

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Closing Up Shop Over the Holidays

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 TechSoup (and many others in the U.S.), your office may be closed for at least some of the winter holidays.

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New on SSIR: It’s not about Apple – It’s about Community

Amy Sample Ward

Here’s Jake again: I suspect the deeper reasons for Apple’s uncharitable stance is that the nonprofit and education markets are just that—“markets” that represent hundreds of millions of dollars of annual revenue to Apple in the form of computer, software, iPod, and now iPhone and iPad sales. My latest Stanford Social Innovation Review opinion piece is up and copied below. You can read and comment on the original post here.

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. A list of some of the people, things, and events that inspired me, or added fun to my week • Finishing Kathy LeMay's book The Generosity Plan, and interviewing her for the Big Vision Podcast.

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NetCentric Advocacy: Downloads Will Intensify Shine on Apple

Network-Centric Advocacy

Eight million video downloads in the first couple of months they were offered, as the video iPod was just being rolled out. Its maybe sold 5 million video-enabled iPods thus far. So what happens when Apples video iPod hits critical mass? Say, when 10 million people have a video iPod? Eight million video downloads in the first couple of months they were offered, as the video iPod was just being rolled out. Its maybe sold 5 million video-enabled iPods thus far.

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Getting Creative with Online Fundraising: 10 Campaigns Using Mission Inspired Gifts aka Gift Catalogues

Connection Cafe

Supporters, or even online consumers, can purchase actual consumer products like a customized pair of Converse sneakers, red “Beats By Dre” Monster headphones or a red iPod nano with proceeds benefiting the organization. Author: Jordan Viator.

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A Few Thoughts on ROI and Nonprofit Technology Cliff Hangers for the #ONTC

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I'm planning to download to my Ipod and listen while walking.) NTEN is hosting the Online Nonprofit Technology Conference - a two-day virtual conference taking place on September 16 and 17th. If you are on the fence about signing up, NTEN is offering up 25% discount. Remember the whole conference will be archived, so you if you can't spend the entire two days online listening in real time, you can always download the audio files and listen later. (I'm

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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! The world’s problems are many, and we keep seeing opportunities for technologists to address those problems effectively. Our team has been thinking hard about scaling positive social impact of technology work.

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. If there is one thing that nonprofit social media managers are learning (or should be learning) from utilizing new media it’s that technology is now constantly in flux. As soon as you learn and become comfortable with a tool set, it’s replaced with a new one.

More on Podcasting Without Electricity. some creative ideas from the Walker

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

We were also concerned that if we used podcasts we would either limit ourselves to patrons who had iPods and who planned ahead to load the files or we would have stock the audio players ourselves. Stocking the players would mean we would have staff overhead/expense of checking ipods out keeping them updated not to mention the expense of buying the ipods. And while on the topic of nonprofit podcasting, the thread on TechSoup.

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New at TechSoup: Online Courses from Atomic Training

Tech Soup Blog

Learning to use Apple products like iPads and iPod Touch. For nonprofits, libraries, and their constituents, training is essential to keep technology knowledge and skills up to date. Whether your organization is training its staff and volunteers to use Windows 8 or FileMaker, or teaching others technical programs like Excel, the new Atomic Training Donation Program at TechSoup can help you get started. Train on Over 150 Products.

Departing from LA, Next Stop Brisbane: An Interview with a Digital Native

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

There were few plugs at the gate, so I asked this young guy named Alex who was using the plug to recharge his Ipod if could share. One of the best gadgets I picked up was a travel plug with three outlets. As you know doubt know, airports are not designed for travelers with laptops. Alex is on route to Fiji. We started to chat about technology and I asked him a few questions about his use of web 2.0 sites and social networking. He was only vaguely aware of blogs.

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Thinking tech for a 14 year old with autism

Judi Sohn

An iPhone or iPod Touch is too small for her to get much use out of the keyboard with her fine motor challenges. In a few weeks, my oldest daughter will be graduating from middle school. High school begins in the fall. I'm starting to get a picture of who my baby may be as an adult. Scary, but in a good way because she's an amazing young lady.

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Thinking tech for a 14 year old with autism

Judi Sohn

An iPhone or iPod Touch is too small for her to get much use out of the keyboard with her fine motor challenges. In a few weeks, my oldest daughter will be graduating from middle school. High school begins in the fall. I'm starting to get a picture of who my baby may be as an adult. Scary, but in a good way because she's an amazing young lady.

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