Two reports have recently been issued in the field of nonprofit technology that I think are important to point out. Here’s the first: In the for-profit dot.com world, the bottom line is easy to measure — it comes down to dollars and cents. For nonprofit organizations, success is more difficult to define. How many people […]
Sorry for the late notice. There’s a DC blogger meetup tonight at Pharaoh’s in Adams Morgan at 7pm. More info on the Meetup.com site.
I just sent this letter to the editor in response to this Washington Post Jobs section column about how what you put in online profiles could have professional repercussions: To The Editor: While Mary Ellen Slayter’s Sunday Career Track column “Maintaing an Online Profile – and Your Professionalism” (2/12/06) makes the important point about the […]
I’ve always kept an eye on Technorati founder and CEO David Sifry’s regular reports about the size and scope of the blogosphere. He issued one of his reports last week, concluding that even while taking into consideration spam blogs the number of blogs on the internet is increasing dramatically — at the current rate, the […]
I’m participating in a panel discussion about blogs tomorrow for an association of museums, venues, and other cultural organizations here in DC. Although it’s designed for their members’ PR people, the info is after the jump if you’re curious. I’m looking forward to participating.
The University of Michigan has launched a free blogging service for students, faculty, and staff called Mblog. The system uses Movable Type, and I applaud them for launching the overdue service. One of the University divisions involved in launching the site is the Bentley Historical Library, which houses the University’s official archives. The library is […]