Mario Marino writes a follow up to his last piece on transparency in philanthropy. This essay looks, in part, at the "dark side to the Transparency Revolution."
Phil Buchanan, president of the Center for Effective Philanthropy, one day after criticizing "outsiders" for attacking philanthropy turns inward and questions recent essays by David Hunter and Mark Kramer.
Philanthropy Action questions the value of social media to mid-size nonprofits. This is well worth a read!
Louder Than Words, the PR agency for nonprofits run by Tactical Philanthropy community member Rich Polt, has launched a new blog called Communicate Good.
Net Tuesday Organizers Stand Up for a Web that Connects us ALL — Will YOU? | NetSquared, an initiative of TechSoupGlobal.orgCauses dropping MySpace to focus on Facebook sounds like a technical issue that only social media geeks would care about. But Joe Solomon makes the case that it is a digital divide issue and amounts to "redlining".
Thanks so much for the shout out Sean! We’re still getting our feet wet with the whole blog thing, but if I learned anything from you and this community over the last few years … it’s that we just have to jump in.
Our purpose is to explore the intersection of effective communications and doing good in the world (I say more about that here: http://bit.ly/H7sJR). However, at the moment, I think my purpose is just trying to figure out how to use WordPress!!
I’m standing up for a web that connects all. That’s what we’ve been advocating through application of Maslow’s self-actualisation and Carl R Rogers person-centered approach to achieving it.