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Are you fundraising for Africa? Read this!

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Her blog has been featured on Lonely Planet since 2009. Mazarine: What have you found blogging helps you do? Ugandan kids. Tricks?

Gladwell Gets It Wrong – Again

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And now he has followed with a post on the New Yorker blog. (An irony-free zone for Gladwell who apparently doesn’t believe that this blog is a social media [.]. Social Media Egypt Malcolm Gladwell New Yorker Tianammen SquareMalcolm Gladwell has done it again.

How much is social media influencing - or reflecting - events in Egypt?

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For some thoughtful reflections, check out: Beth Kanter’s blog today on Egypt. This is a matter of hot debate. On one hand, there is outrageous hype suggesting social media is fomenting revolutions. On the other hand, there are people saying it has zero value in organizing. Neither of these is true. It’s never one thing.”

PDF 2011: The Arab Spring Examined

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There are a series of blog posts about the conference on the techpresident blog. Jobs, the regime. And so on.

Continuing Education for Cause Marketers

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read Seth Godin’s and Guy Kawasaki’s blogs and I’ll pop into Techcrunch, and Gawker from time to time. also read newspapers, but mainly online.

Announcing the Fundraising Career Conference

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Her blog was recently named “Top Fundraising Blog” by Fundraising Success and she teaches the CFRE course that certifies professional fundraisers.

Do you want to be a nonprofit consultant? Read this interview with Desiree Adaway

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What do you like about blogging? My best friend has been blogging for about 5 years now. It was my 100th blog post. It is scary.

You may have noticed…

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that my blog posts have gotten a little more. political in the last year. Why is this, do you think? But Occupy is not the reason. Libraries?

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#SocialMedia: Turns Out, Twitter Can Start Revolutions Mr. Gladwell

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But what about now that dictators have fallen in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and perhaps Syria – and the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement has gone global this past weekend? Yet the Tunisian uprising continued to grow, then spread to Egypt, Bahrain, Syria, and Libya – with unequal (or as yet unclear) results.

#SocialMedia: Turns Out, Twitter Can Start Revolutions Mr. Gladwell

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But what about now that dictators have fallen in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and perhaps Syria – and the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement has gone global this past weekend? Yet the Tunisian uprising continued to grow, then spread to Egypt, Bahrain, Syria, and Libya – with unequal (or as yet unclear) results.

Are you feeling stuck?

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John Taylor Gatto is a veteran NYC schoolteacher. I’ve enjoyed his books for many years, and used them when I was teaching children overseas. I am going to quote John Taylor Gatto at length in this blog post. Are you happy in your job at a charity? If so, stop reading. Have you ever stopped to consider why you might be unhappy? Welcome!

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Oh My! New Website! What do you think?

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Greeks used it for burial portraits in Egypt. Encaustic is an ancient beeswax art form that allows you to paint and sculpt in wax. My new view!

Making Money on the Side Part Two

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Encaustic art is a Greek art which was used for burial portraiture in ancient Egypt. Do you want to make money on the side? But what now?

How You Self-Educate Will Determine Your Success as a Cause Marketer

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read Seth Godin’s and Guy Kawasaki’s blogs and I’ll pop into Techcrunch, and Gawker from time to time. But in its place I’ve become an inveterate history buff, with a special interest in the ancient world… the Sumerians, Egypt, Greece and Rome, early European history, etc. How do you, my fellow cause marketers, keep learning?