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RIP: Rob Stuart, Godfather of the NpTech Movement

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I got hear the legends in the nptech sector in the early days talk about their work and was inspired. The photo above is of Rob Stuart in 1997 at a meeting in Montana to create a plan at what eventually became NTEN – thoughtfully documented in photos by Gavin Clabaugh and included in the nptech history wiki.

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2012 SXSW Interactive – #nptech Highlights

Amy Sample Ward

Last week I was down in Austin, TX, for the 2012 South by Southwest Interactive Festival.

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NPTECH Punk

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology NPTECH Punk June 19, 2008 Beth, of course, suggested this , and I’m jumping on her bandwagon. I realized, in being introduced to Edupunk , that I have been doing it for, oh, almost 20 years now.

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NPTech Conversations in SXSW Panels

Amy Sample Ward

NPTech Panels Want Your Votes! Learn more at: [link]. There are many exciting proposals available for your vote. You can view all of the panels (from all categories) at [link]. I am part of 3 proposals and would love your support if you think any of them are interesting and worthy of some stage time at the 2010 SXSW event!

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Why we’re not friends anymore: the nptech echo chamber

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

I did a kind of radical experiment a couple of weeks ago: I de-friended almost all of my nptech and client Facebook friends (cutting my friend count by more than 60%). Now of course it used to be that all of my Facebook “friends&# were other nptech early adopters. facebook nptech. so I still feel connected.

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Why we’re not friends anymore: the nptech echo chamber

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

I did a kind of radical experiment a couple of weeks ago: I de-friended almost all of my nptech and client Facebook friends (cutting my friend count by more than 60%). Now of course it used to be that all of my Facebook “friends&# were other nptech early adopters. facebook nptech. so I still feel connected.

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Open Community and NPTech

NTEN

How does Open Community affect NPTech? Tags: lindy dreyer maddie grant NPTech NTEN. Your Open Community is your people who are bonded by what your organization represents and care enough to talk to each other (hopefully about you!) Maddie: Well it’s kind of a shift in thinking. How is your nonprofit building community online?

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