Last week saw me start out at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and finish up at an event focusing on the use of text messaging in the nonprofit sector in London.
It was a busy week but two new resources were the end result.
Last Monday was an exciting day for us when we picked up the prestigious 2011 Curry Stone Design Prize for FrontlineSMS. The Curry Stone Design Prize was created to champion designers as a force for social change. Now in its fourth year, the Prize recognizes innovators who address critical issues involving clean air, food and water, shelter, health care, energy, education, social justice or peace.
We were excited to join colleagues and friends in Washington, DC, on Tuesday, Aug. 9, to release the first edition of our “User Guide on Data Integrity,” a tool that will help FrontlineSMS users around the world better understand the flow of information into and out of the platform, the risks and vulnerabilities to that data, and simple ways they can mitigate those risks.
Jill Foster of Citizen Effect conducts an interview in the Gulf Coast (photo by Geoff Livingston). Vittana, Citizen Effect, Spheresavers among the networks galvanizing change Target audience: Social change organizations, nonprofits, educators, community organizers, change agents. Guest post by Katrina Heppler envisionGood Social tools come in all shapes and sizes. Yesterday we looked at […]
New platform revolutionizes the way emergency response takes place Guest post by Katrina Heppler envisionGood.tv Bravo to the thousands of volunteers worldwide who are assisting with translating Creole mobile text messages to help people in Haiti following the devastating 7.0M earthquake that struck the nation Jan. 12. You may not have heard of Mission 4636, […]
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