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Who wants to go to West Indies, Mexico, Jamaica and open a University? Who wants to go to West Indies, Mexico, Jamaica and open a University? NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « Wayfaring Blog: News Maps FEED | Main | Google Video for Nonprofits: Developing multi-media on the cheaps. » February 20, 2006 MIT OpenCourseWare | OCW Home So.

6 Powerful Types of Video Content Every Nonprofit Needs

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Take this video from an adolescent health nonprofit advocating on behalf of kids in Jamaica, for example. According to The New York Times, we are now officially entering a “post-text world” as a society. In short, this means that the written content is going out of fashion and is no longer the dominant form of communication. Types Of Video Content.


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The Million Meal Challenge made a difference for children and families in Haiti, India, Jamaica, the Philippines, and Tanzania. Maddie and I attended the ASAE Summit Awards Dinner a few days ago. It’s a beautiful event held annually in Washington, DC. We were at the National Building Museum, with it’s spectacular architecture highlighted with uplights, an understated stage set, and beautiful party decor. We had drinks, wine and a three-course dinner.

iLaw: Cyber Strategy for a Developing Nation

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Even though he refers to himself in the backgrounder piece given to participants prior to the lecture as " Billion Dollar Charlie " and is the Weld Professor of Law and founder of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School , the first principle in the project was "the Berkman Center did not come with a project or technology, but rather to amplify a project of Jamaica, from Jamaica, for Jamaica." Photos of the slides.

International Human Rights Day 2011

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Our Martus team trained two new partners focused on rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) people : Jamaica Forum for Lesbians, All-Sexuals and Gays , or J-FLAG and AIDS-Free World. T, December 10th, the international community is observing Human Rights Day to commemorate the 63rd anniversary of the creation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Boston Media Makers Media

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The meetings take place the first Sunday of the month in Jamaica Plain. Photo by David Tames from his flickr stream. The Boston Media Makers is a community of practice consisting of people in the Boston area who are making (new) media. The group includes podcaster, video bloggers, filmmakers, artists, educators, videographers, and more. I always learn so much when I attend. David Tames took notes here and, as always, has a set of gorgeous photos.

See you at Boston Media Makers on June 3rd

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m looking forward to the next meeting at Sweet Finnish in Jamaica Plain on Sunday June 3rd at 10:00 AM. The next meeting of the Boston Media Makers is on Sunday, June 3rd. I'm hoping that we'll end the discussion with a kick-a** tip sheet for video bloggers who want to get started promoting their blogs and shows. Here's the description that Steve Garfield posted: I???m 10:00 - 10:30 Mingling. 10:30 - 11:30 Roundtable. 11:30 - Noon ( or later ) Discussion.

Putting Caribbean Projects on the (Google) Map | Beaconfire Wire

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Cuba, Jamaica, Haiti and Trinidad are just a few Caribbean islands that can be Googled down to 110 ft scaled maps in both satellite and hybrid. Skip to content Clients Services Portfolio About Us Contact Blog Home > Blog Recent Posts 07/16/2010: The Wisdom of the Old Spice Man 07/12/2010: Is your online campaign going to succeed?

Jewish Television Network Delivers Online Religious Service

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From the sunny island of Jamaica in the Caribbean. Once again the Jewish Television Network let people remotely watch Kol Nidre (Jewish High Holiday) service from their home via live webcast. And, for the second year in a row it was a hit. Now I don’t think the point was that people should stay home and experience religious services that way. But there is real demand for this among people who don’t have a choice, because of their location, or illness, etc.