Networked Nonprofit | Beth's Blog - Part 8

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How Networked Nonprofits Use Twitter and Other Things I learned in Vegas

Last week,  I parachuted into  BlogWorld 2010 in Las Vegas for less than 24 hours.    I presented on two panels (How Nonprofits Use Twitter and CrowdSourced Philanthropy) in the Cause Track curated by Chris Noble and the good folks at WhatGives.  … Read More

The Networked Nonprofit Board

The last chapter of the Networked Nonprofit is on networked governance.  We thought this would be an easy part of the book to write – all we’d have to do is find examples of how boards online, opening up decisionmaking to outside influences.  … Read More

Networked Nonprofit in Boston: A Story of Contrasts

Weak Tie/Strong Tie Ice Breaker

Earlier this week, I flew across the country (thanks Virgin America!) to Boston for two days of book events hosted by  Associated Grant MakersBarr Foundation, Public Conversations Project, TechFoundation and Berkman Center Luncheon series.  … Read More

Net Neutrality for Networked Nonprofits: Guest Post by Vince Stehle

Net Neutrality protest at Google HQ - GoogleRally 45 by Steve Rhodes, on Flickr.

Note from Beth: Last June at the New York City book party for the Networked Nonprofit,  Stephanie Strom, New York Times, moderated a discussion on the themes in the book. 

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Surfrider Foundation: The Poster Child for a Networked Nonprofit

I grew up in a small beach town on the South Jersey Shore where I spent summers swimming and building sand castles.   A deep appreciation for the ocean and beach is in my DNA.    My father (photographed above) was a life guard, swimmer, and one of the first to take up surfing in the early 1960’s on our beach.   … Read More