Testing the Typepad Facebook Automatic Posting

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Just testing this new feature in typepad that lets you automatically cross publish to Facebook profile. See larger image here. It didn't prompt me and it automatically published it. I had to be logged into my Facebook account though.

Useful Typepad Site: An Artist Who Creates Art To Pay for His Tech Habit!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Unger (an artist who makes art to pay for his tech habit.) -- Anyway his site is called typepadhacks.org which collects useful hacks for extending the capabilities of TypePad blogs, provides a user forum for issues related to TypePad, and organizes users into a to lobby Six Apart for features.

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Trying to Hack the TypePad Templates is difficult.

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Anyone a whiz at troubleshooting typepad advanced templates? You have to hack the typepad templates. And, after some back and forth with Typepad Support person named Carla, I was able to learn how to edit the advanced templates. Technorati Tags: net2 , nptech , delicious , typepadCan someone help me? What's going on here? I've been trying for a few days to add "Tag This Post In Del.icio.us" " link next to the permalink/comments at the end of each post.

Arc Hamilton Blog

NCE Social Media

The Arc - Hamilton County (Cincinnati) has a new blog using Typepad. Tags: Tools blog arc nce typepad cincinnati Please visit it as they embark on their social media endeavor.

Sweet tasting dogfood…

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

One such platform was Typepad. Typepad is a paid service based on Movable Type , a very popular blogging platform, that is proprietary. Add a few important plugins, and I’m back to where I was just a few days ago on Typepad.

Welcome to Beth’s Blog for the Next Decade

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

According to the stats in Typepad, my blog has had: 1206701: Lifetime Pageviews. In April, 2003, I started blogging on my [link] in April, 2003 soon after Six Apart launched its TypePad hosting service. Dawn Near the Bay of Bengal by Joisey Showaa.

NetCentric Advocacy: Power to the Edges: Advocacy and Politics in the Age of Connectivity

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I have been kicking stuff around in this space since late 2002 and moved Advocacy in the Age of Connectivity to Typepad on March 19, 2003. I have been kicking stuff around in this space since late 2002 and moved Advocacy in the Age of Connectivity to Typepad on March 19, 2003. NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity.

So, You’re Thinking About Blogging? How To: Create a Blog for your Organization

Amy Sample Ward

Typepad. Last year, I had the unique privilege to help facilitate The Local Philanthropy Workshop with the TechSoup Romania team. It was a lot of fun, and as much as I was asked to share some of my knowledge and ideas, I learned a great deal from the local participants.

Up to late

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Testing the new typepad plug in for the phone White Oak conservation reserve in FL.

What’s Your Calling?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Flickr Photo by SMEXbeirut. At SXSW and facilitating a panel called A Global Discussion About Networked Nonprofits and Free Agents , I introduced myself with this photo of me and Lena, the master trainer from Yemen for the E-Mediat Project.

Love It: Tumblr Blogs for Nonprofits

Have Fun - Do Good

WordPress, Blogger, TypePad), but what excites me about Tumblr for nonprofits is that it's quick, fun and visual. One of the first Juicy Blogging E-Course assignments I give to my students is to write a blog post that has more images than words.

Google Media = Nonprofit Grants, Blogs, Video and Maps Galore

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Services like TypePad and Wordpress tend to be top-of-mind platforms for new bloggers, but the session covered a ton of features about what makes Blogger different and great for nonprofits such as: Free hosting (use your own URL!).

Mena Trott's Necklace

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She mentioned in Marnie's session that typepad will release a new feature next week -- rss in linklists. Mena Trott Originally uploaded by cambodia4kidsorg. I got to talk to Mena Trott and give her my card. I was too in aw to ask any intelligent questions.

Take Aways from Blogher: Some Reflections and Personal Takeaways

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

She also happens to be a web designer who works with typepad! Most importantly, how to deal with the categories using a feature on typepad called typepad notes which allows you to be free from some of the templates. Flowers in the neighborhood.

Thank You Chris Blow for Cleaning Up My RSS Mess!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I discovered that I had problem figuring out how many total feed subscribers and the trends over time because I had four feeds (three built into the typepad blogging platform) and another one in feedburner which offers the stats tracking feature. Chris Blow writes a blog called Unthinkingly.

Five Reasons Why Nonprofits Who Utilize Social Media Should Also Blog

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Blogging tools like WordPress and TypePad automatically add the code for page titles in every new blog post you publish to the Web. Buzz words like “Community” and “Engagement” have become very popular over the last 12-18 months in reference to sites like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace, but blogging and blogging platforms (like Blogger, WordPress, TypePad) gave birth to the idea of a social web. There are currently 133 million blogs worldwide.

NetCentric Advocacy: WhosTalkin: Buzz research

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The Dangers of Online Services

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They hosted a small percentage of the blogs out there (in comparison to, say, TypePad or Blogger.) This week was a bad week for online blogging services. First the blogging service JournalSpace , with hundreds of users, just, well, died, because they didn’t have a proper backup.

RSS Side Links & Blogger

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I know how to do this in typepad, but not blogger. How can you stream and RSS as headline links down your sidebar in blogger? This is one of those stupd questions one that reveals your own stupidity. Since questions are your best teachers. I posted it here. If you want to have a stream a RSS feed as headlines on your side bar in blogger, after you create the javascript, where do you put in the template

NetCentric Advocacy: BBC Documenting Rapid Global Warming Adaptations: Watch the Video!

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The New Permalink: How?

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One of his posts, called " The New Permalinks " mentioned that he replaced the words "permalink" in the typepad blog with the actual title of the post. I'd also like to know how to add the "bookmark this post in delicious" feature that Marshall is using on typepad. UPDATE: Via an email from Albert Wenger from Delicious, I got the instructions for how to add the "bookmark this post in delicious" in typepad.

NetCentric Advocacy: mapping discussion and information: Presidential Watch 08

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NetCentric Advocacy: Worth a look: Social Data in images

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NetCentric Advocacy: I will say it again. Read Andy Goodman

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NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « H2O Playlist: About H2O | Main | A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words | Sunlight Foundation » November 02, 2007 I will say it again.

NetCentric Advocacy: MobileActive: TXT your Fish

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NetCentric Advocacy: WHEI - Women are the First Environment : Speaking out at Live Earth

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NetCentric Advocacy: My Favorite Muppets: Statler & Waldorf - The Muppet Show

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These are a few of my favorite blogs

Connection Cafe

Published on Wordpress and Typepad and others Insights from nonprofit sisters and brothers Keeping my online strategy from going to the dogs These are a few of my favorite blogs. It's Friday! Every Friday, Diane Rehm of NPR's The Diane Rehm show does the Friday News Roundup. In homage to her show, which I very much enjoy, today I decided to do a "Sally's favorite nonprofit-strategy-and-technology blogs roundup."

NetCentric Advocacy: Rights? You want your Rights?

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NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « Pug Story in the Onion | Main | My Favorite Muppets: Statler & Waldorf - The Muppet Show » May 25, 2007 Rights? You want your Rights?

Meeting Leng Sopharath

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Typepad login page won't load! After making the photos really small so they will upload quickly and disabled image load, I am blog reblog to typepad from my flickr account. Meeting Leng Sopharath Originally uploaded by cambodia4kidsorg.

NetCentric Advocacy: Nature Needs to Listen to Us.

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NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « Congressional Web Site Investigation Project | Main | Fun. Video » February 16, 2007 Nature Needs to Listen to Us.

NetCentric Advocacy: Rethink a few things.social change and advoacy

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NetCentric Advocacy: How good are you at seeing things?

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NetCentric Advocacy: MobileActive : Overview of Cell phones for Social Change

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NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « Simpsons on Newspaper Trends. not so funny for most hacks. Main | Free Running: X-treme without gear. » January 16, 2008 MobileActive : Overview of Cell phones for Social Change Food for thought.How are you organizing your message and audience on cell phones?

NetCentric Advocacy: Barack Obollywood: I Love web2.0 mashups

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NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « Communicaiton Coordination in the middle of Choas | Main | The list and the network: New politial organizing » January 10, 2008 Barack Obollywood: I Love web2.0 mashups Wow. Nutty.

Some Advice for Phil Anthropoid

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A typepad blog isn't necessarily anonymous. (I Meet Phil Anthropod from Planet Claire. He writes a blog called " Hail Sons and Daughters from Carnegie " I currently work at a medium-sized, east coast foundation. The views expressed in this blog are mine and not necessarily???or

NetCentric Advocacy: Ideas Worth Spreading: Hans Rosling from TED 2006

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NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « The best Seller vs. the knock off campaign | Main | Connectivity is Productivity: » August 14, 2007 Ideas Worth Spreading: Hans Rosling from TED 2006 There are lots of reasons to watch web video. Here is a good example. Story telling with Technology.

NetCentric Advocacy: Valdis Krebs - Social network analysis: 1987-2007 » SlideShare

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NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « Values Voters: Winning With Science in Arkansas? Main | Who is Sick? Network Traffic Map of Sickness » April 25, 2007 Valdis Krebs - Social network analysis: 1987-2007 » SlideShare Valdis is one of the greats. I just love his work.

NetCentric Advocacy: DoGooderTV-Contest

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NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « Listserves in Environmental Movement: Good Review | Main | Network Centric Update Riff with Saul Alinsky Rules » March 29, 2007 DoGooderTV-Contest What can I do with youtube? How do advocacy groups and issue folks use video to sell their story ? How can it work? Watch TV on my 11 dollar a month blog. DoGooderTV DoGooderTV-Contest.

NetCentric Advocacy: Fun. Video

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NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « Nature Needs to Listen to Us. Main | TomPaine.com - Armchair Activism That Works » February 16, 2007 Fun. Video Are you a part of the fight club? No brand. Subtle Message. No Brand. Pointed. Counter-culture 4. Innovative and remarkable 5. Amature or not?