from Mashable: 8 Tools For Easily Creating a Mobile Version of Your Website The mobile web is burgeoning. Usage of iOS, the operating system for Apple mobile devices such as the iPhone and iPad, almost doubled in just seven months (from March 2010 to October 2010), according to Netmarketshare. This is an indicator of just how many people are browsing websites, more and more, through their mobile devices instead of their computers. Small … [Read more...] about Creating a Mobile Version of Your Website
by Shuey Fogel The Hebrew word amutah, referring to a charity in Israel, is used both correctly and incorrectly to describe just about any nonprofit organization registered in the country. But wait, it get’s more confusing. Not all charities are charities, sometimes they’re companies. And sometimes a charity isn’t tax-exempt while a company might be. Confused? Don’t worry. In this post I’ll cover the various terms and statuses … [Read more...] about Defining an Amutah [an Israeli Charitable Organization]
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from Nonprofit Law Blog: Fiscal Sponsorship is Maturing as a Field As the field has matured, donors, foundations, and other grantmakers have become increasingly confident in making gifts to projects through responsible fiscal sponsors. In fact, a gift to a strong fiscal sponsor ... may provide greater comfort to a funder than a gift to an independent charity without a comparable administrative infrastructure and professional team of … [Read more...] about The Evolution of Fiscal Sponsorship
from Copyblogger: The Responsible Blogger’s Guide to Dealing with Big Brother You can’t unGoogle anything When you launch your words into the blogosphere and social media universe, you’re laying a digital footprint in concrete. That concrete is the Internet Elephant, and it never forgets. Old versions of your site are cached. Facebook privacy blunders have ugly real-world consequences. And the Library of Congress is even planning on … [Read more...] about It’s 1984 in 2010