“(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


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Year-End Giving Starts Now!

Year-end giving is traditionally associated with the annual holiday season, and many nonprofit foundations and charitable organizations typically wait until November or December to put together a communications and marketing plan only to rush it out the door to get tax deductible contributions before December 31st.


On Search

I'm thinking Google's monopoly on search could be ceded if they don't catch up in the war against search spammers (people who contaminate search results).


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Photo Galleries

I am a devoted Flickr user. The problem is that long before Flickr ever came along I was a devoted SmugMug user.



Yahoo! CMO Had Some Advice

On September 28, I listened to a key note from Cammie Dunaway, CMO of Yahoo!, at the OMMA East conference.


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Shh - it's a secret. Warner in '08!

There was some buzz recently after Raw Story exposed Virginia Governor's Mark Warner's campaign/PAC Website before it was completed.


Whaddya think now?

About a month ago, my buddy Joshua wrote a blog post about the Think Cropp signs which had cropped up (no pun intended) across D.C., seemingly overnight.


Dittos Pro Bono I: The Social Entrepeneurs

Being as how when I get home, it's all I can do to cook dinner (and by "cook dinner" I mean "mix 2/3 cup of water with cheese powder and add to macaroni"), I'm always amazed at how much STUFF other Dittos manage to do in their spare time.


Can't Stop the Signal

The online campaign surrounding Joss Whedon's Serenity has been fascinating to watch.


Washington Post uses TypePad

Hot on the heels of my personal blog getting picked up by the Washington Post Express paper, it turns out that I accidentally stumbled upon some info that shows that the Post uses the popular


My mom the candidate

I can't believe it's been over a month and I still haven't blogged about the coolest project I've been involved with all year (no offense to our clients). My mom, Kristi Andersen, is running for Town Board in my hometown of Cazenovia, New York, and I've been helping with her campaign.

I see you like to read printed material. You should check out Nicco's book The End of Big: