Will UK LCD BlowUp American Laptop and Other Stupid Questions.

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I have this plug for my laptop which can handle 240 V. So, my question is whether or not my laptop will play nice with UK LCD projector or what they area called "digital slide projector."

My Slides from the Screencasting Session and Please Vote.

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These are my powerpoint slides from the Screencasting Session at NTC. I've put the presentation (and almost all my other presentations) into Slide Share. I only did so because one of the prizes was a laptop and my current one is on its last legs If you didn't write down the wiki, it's here and if you didn't get a hard copy of the Idealware article, it's here.

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NpTech Tag Summary: NpTech Slide Decks, Twitter Saves Children, and Visualizing Information for Advocacy

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This post shows you how to jury rig a DIY periscope for your webcam if it is built into your laptop screen. This is useful if you want both broadcast AND use your laptop to take notes (or answer email). NpTech Slide Decks SlideShare is like YouTube for powerpoint presentations.

NTEN and TechSoup Webinar: Share Your Story - ROI and Social Media - Slides and Notes

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They wanted to implement a laptop program for the 40 attornies on staff - they knew it would be more efficient for those who working outside of the office. There are a couple of bonus slides in the deck about how to use metrics for podcasts and video. Corey Pudhorodsky of the 501-Casts was kind of enough to create some slides for me. Share Your Story: ROI, Social Media, Nonprofits. View more presentations from kanter. tags: nonprofits roi ).

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Webinar Recap: Endpoint-Level Security at Your Library or Nonprofit

Tech Soup Blog

You can view the archive , slides, and links from this presentation at your convenience. " Andy defined an endpoint in the following way: An endpoint is a desktop or laptop computer. So when we say endpoint we're really talking about desktops, servers, and laptops. " Does your organization have desktops, servers, or laptops? Last week, I had the pleasure of facilitating the webinar Endpoint-Level Security at Your Library or Nonprofit.

KAUST Winter Enrichment Program 2013: Beginner’s Guide to Social Media

Amy Sample Ward

The course will include a lecture providing insight into the best practices of featured tools, and a hands-on learning component to help participants explore the tools directly on their laptops or in small group facilitated discussions. Slides (coming soon). Date : January 23, 2013. Location : King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. Topic : A Beginner’s Guide to Social Media. Description : Social media presents a confusing blur of personal and professional profiles.

Why Google Might Be the Answer to Your Problems

NonProfit Hub

That means you can access any of your files anywhere, whether you’re on your work computer, phone, laptop or tablet—as long as you have your login info and an internet connection, you’re set. Pretty much every Google Drive platform (Docs, Sheets, Slides, Calendar) allows you to work on documents simultaneously with your coworkers. Slides? At Nonprofit Hub, we use Google for everything—and I mean everything.

Seven Deadly Mobile Myths

Connection Cafe

You can also download the slides from his presentation here. Josh cited a statistic that 28% of mobile users in the US are “mostly mobile” users meaning they rarely use a laptop or desktop computer. Author: Lacey Kruger.

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HOW TO: Report Live from Nonprofit Events and Conferences

Nonprofit Tech for Good

On the day of the event, new media managers should come equipped with both a laptop and a tablet or smartphone that has photo and video editing capabilities and be provided a space where they can work uninterrupted.

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Technology and the Environment

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

And, between phones, tablets, e-readers, laptops, desktops, servers, routers … it’s an incredible amount of resource consumption and waste. This is an issue I’ve been struggling with for a long time. I’m an unrepentant, unabashed technophile. OK, well, not so unrepentant or unabashed since I’m writing this post on the varied factors around technology and the environment, and have been thinking about this issue for myself for a long time.

Generation Y – Reinventing the Way We Communicate

SocialFish

Most business-oriented individuals have smart phones that are just as capable and more accessible than laptops / desktops. Quite frankly, participants are tired of merely sitting at their computer and viewing PowerPoint slides accompanied by a mundane speech.

The Nonprofit Weekly Roundup: Things You Won’t Believe, Trendy Communication, and Keys to Do More Good

Connection Cafe

and I was actually in my cubicle, drooling on my laptop. The post shares slides, resources, and a break down of how alumni networks can nurture long-term relationships through social channels. I had a surge of utter panic when my hibernation holiday break came to a hault. It was like waking up from a nap in what I thought was my childhood bed, only to find that it was 3:00 p.m. I made all of these New Year’s resolutions- I was really going to rock it this year.

Flexible Space: The Secret To Designing Powerful Training

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The instructional design included different delivery methods: interactive lecture with slides and whiteboard, facilitation with sticky notes, small group exercises, posters, group discussion, self-directed activities, and self-directed online activities.

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Tips for Remote Presenting

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There were some terrific questions and discussion. I’ve included some resources along with the slides here. I thought we could use the chat back channel but since there was only laptop in the room we needed another system for backchannel communication.

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Libraries: The Oldest New Frontier for Innovation

Amy Sample Ward

Below, I’ve shared my keynote remarks and slides and I hope you’ll share your ideas and further the conversation in the comments. I only have my laptop and my notebook with me, so all I need is an outlet and the wifi password to get to work. Slides. I’m in Austin, TX, today engaging with librarians, digital curators, and technologists working at the nexus of communities and knowledge at the Electronic Resources and Libraries annual conference.

Best of the Web: December 2016

Idealware

Yes, it’s nice to flip the laptop closed and retreat from the noise, but when your work is about collecting and sharing information, I think you need everything you can get. Searching for Security in an Insecure World.

SlideRocket Launches iPad Presentation App

Tech Soup Blog

Like PowerPoint, SlideRocket lets you create customized slides with text, images, and media. You can share your slides via a web browser, present live to up to 25 viewers via SlideRocket's website, or you can embed a presentation directly in your own website.

Making Sense of Windows 8 Hardware

Tech Soup Blog

Probably the most intriguing new devices are the convertibles, which are hybrid tablet and laptop devices. Microsoft slates are designed to be as functional as a laptop, in a small touch screen form that weigh only a pound and a half.

11 Group Text Messaging Best Practices for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Get creative in integrating your text-to-subscribe keyword and short code pitch into photos, slide shows, or even your YouTube Channel banner. Your subscribers will be reading your text messages on their mobile phones, not their desktops or laptops.

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What is rapid attention shifting?

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Stephen Downes points to his post with the following commentary: This would be pretty funny if it weren't such a sad commentary on our media, not merely for using a photo of Brian Lamb and his laptop out of context, but in pandering to a resurgent anti-computer and anti-networking sentiment.

Keynote from My Charity Connects Conference at NetChange Week

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My slides are above and my reflections are below. The conference had fast and reliable wifi and many had their laptops opened and were tweeting before the conference started – so I encouraged using Twitter as a back channel. My Charity Connect: Netchange Week.

NpTech Tag Summary: Nonprofits Lead Fortune 500 in Social Web Adoption, and More

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DaveTV has a campaign to support the One Laptop Per Child effort. Slides are available in the NpTech group in Slideshare. Green Laptops One Laptop Per Child give one, get one has been extended to December 30th. Zonbu has announced a laptop version.

E-Mediat Day 3: Digital Activism

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4) Mary had a “laptops down&# rule and only allowed participants to be online during breaks. She used the white board to draw the concepts in the slides. Mary Joyce leads a session on digital activism using the Story of Electronics.

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Meeting the Geeks of Arabia at N2Vlabs Talks in Amman, Jordan

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The physical space is an open lab space, with lots of white boards, fast wifi, turkish coffee, and lots of geeks sitting on bean bag chairs or at tables with laptops on their laps coding and hacking on their projects. Rami Al-Karmi, N2V Lab.

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Reflections on Extension 2.0 Webinar

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I would bring the laptop and plug into the phone line and do demos in small groups. And I had to tape flip chart paper over the windows so it would get dark enough to project the laptop to show the presentation. Make a slide at the end with contact information, wiki address, etc.

Some Vlog Posts from Blogher Meetup

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David Weinberger hosed his laptop and apparently after cursing on his blog and breaking the "shit" and "fuck" barrier face-to-face in the room ( !@#$% laptop ) went on to deliver a brilliant keynote speech, including slides that had HTML tags with instructions like Talk About Tagging Here.

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Bridge Conference: Social Media ROI: Mapping Metrics to Strategy

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Bridge Conference Slides View more presentations from kanter. Bridge Conference Slides View more presentations from kanter. This week's theme is social media ROI. That's what I've been thinking, speaking, and writing about and have also recruited guest posts on this topic.

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How Long Does It Take for 250 Super Connected Gnomedex Geeks to raise $2,500 for Cambodian kids?

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My slides are here ). What I didn't see going on was the back channel (captured by Marshall K in Iterasi in a cool slide show ). Screencapture of photo by Brian Westbrook. 90 minutes! Today I presented at Gnomedex 8.0. (My

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Power Tactics

Gavin's Digital Diner

The hard part here is remembering to slide the Heat-Shrink tubing onto the wires before you solder them — I got it on the second go-round.). Realize you forgot to slide on the Heat-Shrink tubes and start again. Cut all the wires and slide on all the tubing you think you’ll need.

10 Amazing Environmental Nonprofits You Need to Know About

Tech Soup Blog

RE-volv's Solar Policy & Finance 101 slide show is well worth looking at. " Our top three winners received either a refurbished laptop or tablet from our great Refurbished Computer Initiative partners: CDI , InterConnection , and PC Rebuilders and Recyclers.

Kissing the Frog

Gavin's Digital Diner

If you’re going to do that, you might as well just stop now, randomly delete the first ten files you find that end with “DLL,&# slide a Kraft single into the DVD drive, and pound your head directly on the keyboard for twenty minutes. Kermit’s a liar.

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Power Tactics

Gavin's Digital Diner

The hard part here is remembering to slide the Heat-Shrink tubing onto the wires before you solder them — I got it on the second go-round.). Realize you forgot to slide on the Heat-Shrink tubes and start again. Cut all the wires and slide on all the tubing you think you’ll need. Slide the Heat-Shrink tube up to cover your not-quite-perfect solder job. I’m quite fond of my Kindle. Sure, the design’s a little bonkers; and it’s a wee bit awkward.

Connect, Learn, and Change the Way You Attend the NTC

NTEN

myNTC will allow you to search the entire conference attendee list, plan and schedule private meetings, map out your personalized event agenda — and print or export it to your laptop or handheld device. Each session will also have its own page in the community, where speakers can upload slides and other media, and anyone registered can chat about the session.

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Connect with TechSoup at NCVS!

Tech Soup Blog

ReadyTalk — This standard for webinar production offers integrated slides, screensharing, live moderated chat, and high-quality recorded audio. Facebook — We post frequently to our TechSoup Facebook page from our laptops, tablets and phones by tagging @TechSoup in our updates. This post was written by Evonne Heyning , part of TechSoup's Community team.

Reflections on the Meyer Memorial Trust Workshop

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I'm happy that my new laptop has an extended battery life so I am writing some reflections on the plane en route to Boston. While I was presenting, I was thinking what ten-minute chunk to cut or where I should skip through some slides.

Power Tactics

Gavin's Digital Diner

The hard part here is remembering to slide the Heat-Shrink tubing onto the wires before you solder them — I got it on the second go-round.). Realize you forgot to slide on the Heat-Shrink tubes and start again. Cut all the wires and slide on all the tubing you think you’ll need. Slide the Heat-Shrink tube up to cover your not-quite-perfect solder job. I’m quite fond of my Kindle. Sure, the design’s a little bonkers; and it’s a wee bit awkward.

Power Tactics

Gavin's Digital Diner

The hard part here is remembering to slide the Heat-Shrink tubing onto the wires before you solder them — I got it on the second go-round.). Realize you forgot to slide on the Heat-Shrink tubes and start again. Cut all the wires and slide on all the tubing you think you’ll need. Slide the Heat-Shrink tube up to cover your not-quite-perfect solder job. I’m quite fond of my Kindle. Sure, the design’s a little bonkers; and it’s a wee bit awkward.

NCVS: Mission-Driven Technology Planning

Tech Soup Blog

Maybe some of those constituents are on the laptop of an employee who works remotely and can't connect to the CRM. Document all of the servers, desktops, laptops, and mobile devices that staff and volunteers use for the organization's work. Includes slides.

NCVS: Mission-Driven Technology Planning

Tech Soup Blog

Maybe some of those constituents are on the laptop of an employee who works remotely and can't connect to the CRM. Document all of the servers, desktops, laptops, and mobile devices that staff and volunteers use for the organization's work. Includes slides.

Arts Summit 2008: The Alliance of New York State Arts Organizations - Reflections

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Since we shared my laptop, she kindly gave me permission to upload her slides). You can find the slides and resources at my Arts and Social Media wiki I just got back from doing a plenary session at the Arts Summit organized by the Alliance of New York State Arts Organizations.

E-Mediat: Reflections from the Conference in Fez, Morocco

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Participants had digital copies of the powerpoints translated into french and used their laptops to follow along. We used real-time translators and participants used headsets to tune into the language channel of their choice to understand what was being said. Group Photo with Certificates.

How to Save Yourself from the Social Web

Idealware

Actually, before I "met" him, I was sitting next to him in a workshop and happened to glance for a moment at his laptop screen. However, we begin to slide back from optimal levels the more we adopt tools, and the more we begin to love technology for technologies sake. So when is too much social web a bad thing? I struggle sometimes in balancing my virtuals against my actuals, and find that many nonprofits I work with struggle to determine this same balance.

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How To Make A Back Channel Light Up Like Clark Griswald's House

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If you didn't have a chance to participate, you'll find the slides, resource materials, and an archived recording over at the webinar wiki. I was able to find some research and pieces about laptops in the classroom.