May 7, 2009

How Twitter can benefit nonprofits

by JD Lasica

Twitter.Org: Twitter for Nonprofit Organizations View more presentations from Amy Sample Ward. One of the things we want to do here at is to highlight top-flight presentations, tutorials and videos that we spot on the Web. Here’s one we just came across, from nonprofit expert Amy Sample Ward: Twitter for Nonprofit Organizations. Amy wrote about her presentation, and … Continue reading

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May 2, 2009

7 tips for communicating with people with disabilities

by JD Lasica

Glenda Watson Hyatt, who blogs at (“Your Accessibility Conscience”), gave an extraordinary presentation here at the SOBCon, Business School for Bloggers, talking about how to make websites and blogs more accessible to the disabled. It took her three months to perfect her presentation. I conducted a video interview with her that I’ll post here soon. You can download her … Continue reading

April 15, 2009

How to capture great photos on the road

by JD Lasica

Photo copyright by Peter Guttman Target audience: Nonprofits, cause organizations, NGOs, journalists, individuals. This is part of our ongoing Making Media series designed to help nonprofits and other organizations learn how to use and create media. What does capturing great photos on the road have to do with advancing the social good? When nonprofits and organizations conduct a retreat, or … Continue reading

December 1, 2008

Podcasting, music and the law

by Guest

Bad news for podcasters who want to abide by the law — it’ll cost you Guest post by Matt May ASCAP has updated its Internet licensing to reference podcasts — oh, excuse me, pod-casts. The move may have been intended to answer some questions as to the legality of using music in podcasts, but, as with the webcasting era, it … Continue reading