Web 2.0 Part III: Blogs, Podcasting and Vlogs

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Part III: Blogs, Podcasting and Vlogs September 27, 2006 When I start out these series, I seem to have an idea in hand about how to organize them, which, invariably, gets rearranged in the course of writing. So, here’s the post about Blogs, and their follow ons: podcasting and vlogging. Their natural follow-ons, podcasting and vlogging are not as ubiquitous, or as frequently used in the nonprofit technology space. As for podcasting and vlogging.

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Podcasting Concept Map

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Here's a podcasting concept map from Barbara Bowen found it from Nancy White. I need to create vlog concept map

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A Look at Nonprofits and Vlogging

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At the conference, I attended a session on video blogging with Ryanne Hodson and was inspired to go play in a vlog sandbox. I was also curious to see whether there were nonprofits using vlogs to promote their causes. Now almost a year later, there is renewed interest in vlogging and nonprofits. There has been online conversation during the past couple of weeks on vlog list , Netsquared , TechSoup and Blogher.

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Why aren't the Walker Arts Center Bloggers Vlogging?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

They posted some notes about their future plans for podcasting. I wonder if they considered vlogging? They do have some video clips and flash movies, but these aren't exactly vlogging. Maybe I missed it, but why aren't they vlogging it? (I

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Some Vlog Posts from Blogher Meetup

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The nonprofit technology social calendar was packed full this evening with events happening all over Harvard Square, from the Symposium on Social Architecture co-sponsored by Corante and the Berkman Center to the 501 C3Tech Club gathering to a Blogher Meetup !

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Let's Connect: Twitter, Facebook, Ning & Podcasts

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Changeblogger Ning Network I've also set up a Ning network for Changebloggers, people who use their blogs, podcasts and vlogs to make positive change. Hello Have Fun * Do Gooders! I'm back from a relaxing vacation and feeling energized.

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Big Vision Podcast 5: Interview with Abby Rosenheck

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The fifth Big Vision podcast is an interview with my friend Abby Rosenheck, the co-founder and Executive Director of Urban Sprouts , an urban school gardening program. Just search for "big vision" in the podcast section of the iTunes Music Store.

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Changebloggers: Using Social Media to Create Social Change

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If you have a favorite blog (or podcast or vlog) that uses its platform to raise awareness, build community and/or facilitate readers/listeners/viewers' taking action to make the world a better place, will you post the blogs/podcasts/vlogs' name and URL in the comments?

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Join the Changeblogger Wiki!

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In May, I wrote a post asking for suggestions for Changebloggers , people who are using their blog, podcast or vlog to raise awareness, build community, and/or facilitate readers/listeners/viewers' taking action to make the world a better place.

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How To Humanize Your Business

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Anyone who is creating content online with Blogging, Podcasting, Vlogging, Web TV or Internet Radio, Social Media, or New Media Content of any kind should attend. Expand the audience of your podcast, video blog, web TV or internet radio show. and Jamie and me!

List of Changebloggers from NTC Meetup

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Last Sunday at NTEN's Nonprofit Technology Conference, I facilitated a meetup for Changebloggers: Blogging, Podcasting and Vlogging for Good. We started with some structured networking, and then shared changeblogging tips, resources, and success stories.

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Changeblogger Ning Group, Meetup, Meme and Wiki

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In early May, I wrote a post asking all of you for suggestions for "changebloggers," people who are using their blog, podcast or vlog to raise awareness, to build community, and/or to facilitate readers/listeners/viewers' taking action to make the world a better place.

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Vikas Nath talking about gender and ICTs in good governance

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

My colleague, Joitske Hulsebosch, who is based in the Netherlands and most recently working in Ghana, developed a 12-step vlogging process to help a network in Ghana (GINKS) produce an ICT4D stories blog.

Zen and the Art of Technology Blog

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

" She has written a couple of insightful posts recently on Web 2.0 , tagging , social bookmarking , and blogging (vlogging and podcasting.). As for podcasting and vlogging.

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Changeblogger Meetup at NTEN's Nonprofit Technology Conference

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On the first day, Sunday, April 26, I'll be leading an Affinity Group meetup for Changebloggers: Blogging, Vlogging and Podcasting for Good from 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm. Will you be at NTEN's Nonprofit Technology Conference April 26-28 in San Francisco? I hope you'll stop by if you're at the conference. We'll just be chatting and socializing. No super formal agenda.

Learning Now

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

It will offer a continuing look at how new technology such as wikis, blogs, vlogs, RSS, podcasts, social networking sites, and the always-on culture of the Internet are impacting teacher and students' lives both inside and out of the classroom. Andy is an amazing blogger, podcaster, and vlogger and a very talented writer. Learning.now is a weblog that explores how new technology and Internet culture affect how educators teach and children learn.

Network Neutrality and AT&T

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

So AT&T customers aren't allowed to write/podcast/vlog critical things about AT&T, its billing-practices, or its cooperation with illegal NSA wiretapping, on pain of having their connections disconnected.

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Four Steps to Ease You Into Social Web Activism

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You need to start by checking out the content that is already being created by citizen journalists and activists about the issues you care about on blogs, podcasts and online video/vlogs. Other podcast directories to check out are Yahoo!

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501c3 Cast

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I'm on a little podcasting kick here. Last night I had a wonderful conversation with Corey Pudhorodsky who is the and brains behind 501c3Cast - Podcast for Nonprofits , a weekly podcast show of interviews and news about Nonprofit volunteers, do-gooders, and professionals. Corey Pudhorodsky is the Terry Gross of the nonprofit podcasting world. He asked me why I went straight to vlogging and I told him that he was much better talker than I was!

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Web 2.0 Part I

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

include, depending on one’s definitions, many new kinds of communities such as MySpace and Flickr , blogging, podcasting and vlogging, tagging and folksonomies, RSS feeds, content rich web applications using technologies like Flash and Java, open standards and APIs that allow seamless connections between different web applications, new kinds of user interfaces using AJAX, and different design aesthetics.

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How Are Green Businesses & Nonprofits Using the Social Web for Marketing?

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blogs, podcasts, vlogs, wikis, news aggregation, social networking, social bookmarking) for marketing.

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Par-Tay with Jonny Goldstein and Steve Garfield on Wed, Nov 21st 9 PM EST

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s current projects: Cup O Politics -A new political comedy video podcast. Vlog Soup -Steve???s Photo by Jonny Goldstein. Some rights reserved. Here's two of my favorite video bloggers!

How Can Changebloggers Make a Greater Impact Online and Offline?

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October 15th was Blog Action Day , a day for bloggers, podcasters and vloggers to write about and raise awareness about an issue. The theme for this year was poverty. Blog Action Day is a wonderful idea, but it feels too short to make a real impact.

NPTechTag Roundup: Election Debriefs and Wikis in Your Kitchen!

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Podcasting The ABCs of Podcasting from PND covers how Web sites of public radio stations, museums, and other education-oriented nonprofits are turning to podcasting as an increasingly popular and inexpensive way of delivering audio programming. Click To Play.

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Barry's Blog: Key Arts Policies

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Even better, why a podcast or vlog? Barry???s s Blog??? the blog of Barry Hessenius, executive director of Alonzo King Lines Ballet in San Francisco, and former executive director of the California Arts Council takes an interesting twist on a group blog. The press release says: Modeled on PBS???s s McLaughlin Group , this blog will draw on the participation of 14 leaders in the arts to debate key policy issues and developments in the arts and culture sector.

Changebloggers List + Wanna Meetup?

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A couple weeks ago I asked you and the Have Fun * Do Good Facebook group for suggestions for Changebloggers, people who are using their blog, podcast or vlog to raise awareness, build community, and/or facilitate readers/listeners/viewers' taking action to make the world a better place.

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Join A Global Conversation About the Various Forms of Online Harrassment and How To Combat it!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Whether you want to blog, vlog. or podcast about it, we encourage you to contribute something to the. via en email from Andy Carvin. I like this call to action! I just wanted to post a reminder that today is Stop Cyberbullying Day, and. we're mobilizing a global conversation about the various forms of. online harassment and what we can do to combat them. Hundreds of bloggers. have posted on the subject already, and I expect there will be many more over. the course of the day.

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Let The Change Blogging Meme Hit The Road.

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Britt Bravo wrote a post several months back defining the term: people who are using their blog, podcast or vlog to raise awareness, build community, and/or facilitate readers/listeners/viewers' taking action to make the world a better place.

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Friday Lynx

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

Her most recent post is a longish review of social media - blogging, podcasting, and videoblogging - vlogging, to the initiated - and what their implications are for non-profit managers.

It's all about the learning and insomnia

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Her additional points about the use of Chat/IRC, Videocasts, VOIPcasts, Podcasts, and Visual Facilitation spurred some additional reflections (boy I feel a writely document coming on.) Keep in mind, these vlog posts were done by veteran vloggers. Podcasts: I didn't attend the Northern s Conference, but I really wanted to hear Nancy's presentation.

Tagged in the Changeblogging meme

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Changebloggers, as defined by Britt Bravo, are “people who are using their blog, podcast or vlog to raise awareness, build community, and/or facilitate readers/listeners/viewers’ taking action to make the world a better place.” Beautiful Qui Diaz tagged me in her Changeblogging meme on the Buzz Bin. I'll be honest, I read her post and thought to myself, what can I do? I mean, I care about certain issues, sure. I care about the environment. I care about LBGT rights.

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Keynote by George McCully at NTC Boston

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(Note: My collection of vlog and blog posts on the NTC Boston 2005 can be found here ). It prevented me from hearing every word clearly or podcasting. The theme of NTC Boston2005 was "Enabling Technology Funding: Issues for Grantmakers and Grantseekers." " The keynote was presented by George McCully, President, Catalogue for Philthanthropy. This gentleman looks like a Harvard professor, with his red bow-tie and eminent presence. His sense of humor was very subtle.

The Participatory Nonprofit?

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vlogging, and podcasting). gThe above video is one of the many social networking strategies that The Genocide Intervention Network used to transform itself from a small student group to national non-profit.

More proof Second Life is a boondoggle (well, sort of) | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Second Life has in many ways a much lower barrier to entry than other forms of new media like podcasting, vlogging or viral video campaigns.