from Katya's Non-Profit Marketing Blog: Without our stories, we are lost - and we are forgotten It’s not a newsflash that we are forgotten without stories. As I’ve said many times, a good story is the one thing that sticks with an audience. It is guaranteed to be rem … [Read more...] about We Need Stories to Understand Ourselves
Archives for September 2010
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 … [Read more...] about It’s 1984 in 2010
from Philanthropy News Digest: Four Reasons Why You Need an In-House Social Network Humans were built to connect with others - to form communities. And online communities are a natural extension of our real-world lives. In an online community, your supporters are surrounded … [Read more...] about Why Do In-House Social Networks Matter?
The ORT Kiev Technology Lyceum has become the only school in Ukraine to be chosen by Microsoft to join its small, international group of innovative schools. The Lyceum's selection as a Pathfinder School brings it shoulder-to-shoulder with the ORT de Gunzburg High School in St … [Read more...] about ORT Kiev Joins Microsoft’s International Elite
from The Forward: NIF Grantees and Critics Uncertain About Group’s New Guidelines Guidelines announced by the New Israel Fund detailing who can qualify for its grants have left the organization’s critics and grantees alike wondering exactly what they will mean. The con … [Read more...] about The NIF Guidelines: Confusion, at Best