More new tech!

Take a look at our list of More New Tech for Nonprofits, I’m sure you’ll find something on this list that you can use at your nonprofit!
TheCommon.org
The Common is a sort of match-making site for non-profits and socially minded organizations needing help and looking to help others.
Once

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New Tech

Check out this list of new tech for nonprofits, there are all kinds of new ideas you can take advantage of to aid your nonprofit.
Flickr Video
This week, Flickr introduced the ability to upload video to their website. The point isn’t to compete with YouTube but to allow users

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You’re doing it wrong

You’re doing it wrong
Twitter is extremely useful beyond the “I had a ham sandwich for lunch” or the “I’m watching Sanford & Son” tweets. There’s a lot you can do with 140 characters of text. Lifehack.org has a few suggestions.
Quick Human Answers – Ask folks on your friend’s

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1,000 True Fans Theory

1,000 True Fans Theory
Peer-to-peer networks, bittorrent, email and other forms of file sharing have many asking how an artist can make any money when the content they’ve created can be so easily pirated?
The RIAA is trying to address this issue by the suing the bejesus out of college

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NationMaster.com

NationMaster, on par with the UN Data post, here’s another site that let’s you explore country specific stats.

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Clean cooking with Turbo-cooker

Rene Nunez’s Turbo-cooker “has won an environmental prize from the UN, funding from the Fondo Iniciativa para las Americas El Salvador (FIAES) and has received a US patent for his invention.” This recognition will allow Nunez to proceed with manufacturing the cooker and aid much of the world’s poorest in cooking in less

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Free Rice

Free Rice donates so many grains of rice per each vocabulary word you match to the correct meaning. It builds your vocabulary while donating rice to the United Nations food program, making the site a fun time waster while benefitting the hungriest of the world. Since launching on October 7,

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Changing the World with TED

Once a year in Monterey, California the TED Conference is held. The purpose of these conferences (now also semi-annually all over the globe) is to bring together global leaders in science, arts, politics, global issues, architecture, music and other fields and to “exchange ideas of incalculable value.” Many of the speakers are recorded

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FROG on Last.fm

Last.fm “builds a detailed profile of each user’s musical taste by recording details of all the songs the user listens to, either on the streamed radio stations or on the user’s own computer or iPod. This information is transferred to Last.fm’s database (“Scrobbled”) via a plugin installed into the users’

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FROG on the iPhone

I went to a party last night and a couple of guys had their iPhones with them. I took a snap of FROG on the iPhone.

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