“(Here are) the raw material of facts and thoughts, wood, as it were, so called from the multiplicity and variety of the matter contained therein.”From Ben Jonson’s Commonplace Book
Are you a nonprofit considering a new website?
Before you get overwhelmed with of all the technical details, it is important to be sure you are grounded in the basic elements that will make your site effective in supporting your mission.
Riding up the escalator at Farragut North this morning, I heard someone hawking at the top of the stairs and immediately started thinking about how to avoid them.
I'd love to know what percentage Blackberry, Treo, and Sidekick users are aware that they can edit or disable this obnoxious signature from appearing
Video has been on my mind quite a bit recently.
It was just a couple of weeks ago that Jess and I made our way out to Seattle for this year's N-TEN Nonprofit Technology Conference. This was the first event dedicated to nonprofits' online strategies that I've attended.
It's been over a fortnight since I posted about the "SXSW Experiment" -- the techniques our large, scattered group at SXSW was using to organize ourselves at the conference. Time to report back!
I too went to the South by Southwest interactive conference this past week in Austin, Texas.
I'm kind of left in awe of South By Southwest. I think the thing that best sums it up is what Wilson said: that everyone was excited about something.
As I prepare to pry myself away from the migas and huevos rancheros down here in Austin, I have to get to work on my greatest hits list from SXSW.
There is something happening this week in Congress (I know, hard to believe). A bill call HR 1606 is coming up for a vote on Wednesday. The bill is
Last night I found myself trying to explain SXSW Interactive and "the point" of this whole convergence to some college friends here in Austin.
I see you like to read printed material. You should check out Nicco's book The End of Big: http://endofbig.com