Monthly Archives: May 2010

New technology is making our lives more complex

Life would be simpler if everybody were on the same social channel, till then; we need to publish on every channel And the list is growing: blogs, Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, websites, Flickr, Slideshare, YouTube, etc … Our resources are also … Continue reading

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3 Questions without easy answers

1. How can a nonprofit pave the way for local chapters to engage with the local community about their cause (when each chapter has varying degrees of expertise or resources) 2. How can a nonprofit rally their organization or federation … Continue reading

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“I can reduce the charge from $43.98 to $19.99 and give you $20 credit towards your next purchase which will effectively bring the cost down to zero”

The perils of negative option. On the Amex bill, the $43.98 charge was listed, or more appropriately, disguised as, “catalog/web order gen merchds.” Easy to skip over. $43.98 was the annual cost of a membership club that I would never … Continue reading

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“A lot of times, people don’t know what they want until you show it to them.” Steve Jobs

How true. It was difficult to imagine the iPhone that combined phone, web, email, iPod, and Apps when we were walking around with our Razr’s. Harder still to understand what you can’t touch, handle or pass around. Social networking: we … Continue reading

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