Posts tagged "links"

Networking In the New Year

Networking In the New Year
One of the great things about writing on tech and social good in Chicago is the number of great opportunities to learn, network, and gain insight into how non-profits, social ventures, and other organizations are working towards driving efforts towards the common good. With 2013 off to a strong start, there are several events that... Read more »

The Non-Profit's Insider Guide to Engaging Bloggers

The Non-Profit's Insider Guide to Engaging Bloggers
As a blogger, I often receive requests for reviews (whether they be comics and/or DVDs on my personal blog, or professional books for this blog), and I’m always more than willing to comply. However, like many of my fellow bloggers, I frequently receive requests that don’t fit my blog…and requests to advise non-profits on how... Read more »

A Gallery of Links

A Gallery of Links
Every once in awhile, I like to assemble a small gallery of links to articles about a variety of issues. Granted, it may seem like lazy blogging, but there is quite a bit happening around tech and the social good – so much so that trying to select a single topic can be a bit... Read more »
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Blogs: The "Hidden" Social Network

Blogs: The "Hidden" Social Network
They are the “hidden” social network. This channel is one of the greatest tools an organization can use to promote the social good….and which is sorely underutilized. I’m talking, of course, about blogs. You’re reading one, of course. (And I’m not the only socially conscious blogger on Chicago Now…or even in Chicago). Why are blogs... Read more »

For Your Reading Pleasure

For Your Reading Pleasure
This past Monday, I worked (and attended) Heartland Mobile Council’s MobiU2012 Summit – there was a great deal of information provided, and I’ll be writing about one of the sessions in the next week. In that spirit, I’m going to provide some really great articles that I’ve come across on the web. These links describe... Read more »