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NetSquared: In the Beginning

Tech Soup Blog

In the beginning, TechSoup’s Marnie Webb, Daniel Ben-Horin, and Billy Bicket created NetSquared to "remix the web for social change." To get going, they built the first NetSquared website using open-source Drupal. Wikipedia.

NpTech Summary: VTvigils Online, Netsquared Announces 21 Featured Projects, and Happiness Hacking

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

There is much much commentary and grieving taking place online as well as a memorial in SecondLife , and an article in Wikipedia. Netsquared Innovation Fund Netsquared Announces the 21 Featured Projects and solicits for feedback.

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NpTechTag Summary: NpTech Blog Buzz, NGOS at Demo 07, and Moulin

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The offline wikipedia, Moulin. Marshall Kirkpatrick, longtime Netsquared blogger, is now working with Splashcast also at DEMO 07 this week. Check out this splashcast channel with a nonprofit theme created by Netsquared Blogger, Britt Bravo. Declaring Open Source - a one-line patch to the US Code would make open source software a charitable deduction. Cross-posted at Netsquared

NpTech Tag Summary: Free Ranger Rick, Green Geekery, and Blog Day is Next Week!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Google Earth launches Virtual Telescope: Sky as noted by the Viralroots blog where you can see both GoogleEarth and the sky. News from Nigeria via the Netsquared blog. And if you're looking for some fabulous manuals for open source software, check out the Floss Manuals.

NpTech Tag Summary: Scarcity Thinking, Social Network Fragmentation?, and Engagement Strategies

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Netsquared Net Tuesday next week in SF is about " How Nonprofits Can Use And Build Online Social Networks ," featuring speakers from Change.org and Ning. Finally an interesting question over at Netsquared from Cauzoo, " Bells and Whistles, Do They Help you Get Heard ?"