Video for Non-Profits on a Budget Ok, so I paraphrased the title of the blog entry a bit, but the Non-Profit Tech 2.0 blog has a great article on Animoto, which is a video-making service for non-profits. All you do is upload photos, specify text, and add music to the video using their platform, and […]
Author: Andy Stitt
Google Wave Invites: How To Get Them I’m psyched about 100,000 invites for Google Wave being sent out tomorrow! This article from Mashable describes how you can have a good chance at getting an invite. I signed up for one a few months ago, so hopefully they noticed me and will send one. I also […]
IT Alignment Is Mission Alignment Great article from the Non-Profit Technology Network website about how non-profit IT departments should be contributing towards organizational goals. This article notes the difference between IT merely responding to help-desk tickets from individuals and IT creating a technology infrastructure and applications that help their co-workers carry out the organization’s strategy. […]
Smashing Magazine – great site for web designers This site is a great daily resource for web designers and developers. As a budding designer, I’ve found many great tutorials here. You can also follow them on Twitter where they tweet their own posts plus those from others.
Summer of Social Good from Mashable The Summer of Social Good program by the website/blog Mashable.com looks quite interesting. Mashable is publishing stories about how non-profits are using social media for social good. Examples include the Humane Society, LLIVESTRONG, and Oxfam America. I hope to obtain some good tips from these other organizations since I […]
I just have to express my amazement at what’s been happening in Iran and the fact that it’s being broadcast by Iranian citizens through Twitter. I can’t predict what the end result will be of this movement that has risen from their dissatisfaction with the presidential election, but communication barriers have been officially knocked down. […]