July 6, 2010

Change-makers share 10 of their favorite tools

by JD Lasica

Ayelet Noff of the Traveling Geeks holds the Flip Ultra HD in London. (Photo by JD Lasica) Launching our summer series on making media for social good Target audience: Nonprofits, social change organizations, educators, NGOs, citizen journalists, media makers We’re kicking off a summer series on making media for nonprofits and social change organizations. And, to highlight the wealth of … Continue reading

June 11, 2010

How to mash up a visual story for your nonprofit

by kimbale

Stupeflix. Stupeflix & Animoto offer new ways to tell a story Updated to remove RockYou, which has switched its business model to focus on games, and Slide, which closed up shop in March 2012. By Kim Bale Socialbrite staff In a world where we’re bombarded with 3,000 messages a day, it’s hard for nonprofits and social change organizations to break … Continue reading

June 10, 2010

Create video stories for your nonprofit in 6 steps

by Guest

How to be a videoblogger on Vimeo.   An expert provides hardware & software tips to make it easy Target audience: Nonprofits, cause organizations, social activists, NGOs, citizen journalists. This is part of our ongoing series designed to help nonprofits learn how to use and create media. Guest post by Sharon Vaknin New Media Labs With YouTube pumping out 2 … Continue reading

June 10, 2010

9 ways nonprofits should be using Slideshare

by Beth Kanter

Slideshare View more presentations from Beth Kanter. For a couple of years, I’ve been an avid member of the Slideshare community, sharing, browsing and collaborating on content and watching how nonprofits use the platform. As I was reflecting about Slideshare and thinking about the characteristics of nonprofits featured in our book, The Networked Nonprofit, I realized that Slideshare is a haven for … Continue reading

June 9, 2010

Seafood Watch, La Cocina & collective buying power

by JD Lasica

At NetTuesday San Francisco last night at TechSoup Global, three fabulous presenters provided different perspectives on the slow food movement in the United States. The event wasn’t recorded, so here are some quick notes, which I scribbled down the old-fashioned way (I didn’t bring my laptop because I moderated the session): Seafood Watch Humberto Kam, who heads up online communications … Continue reading

May 26, 2010

Zanby: Roll your own community

by JD Lasica

Zanby: Create your community from JD Lasica on Vimeo. I‘ve been fascinated for some time by Zanby, a plaform for online collaboration for businesses and nonprofits that launched last year. I chatted a few months ago with Leif Utne — technologist, journalist, activist, musician, social entrepreneur and son of the founder of the Utne Reader — about Zanby and its … Continue reading

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