6-Year Online Giving Study Helps Nonprofits to Fundraise More Effectively http://bit.ly/gFxcbW "the online giving experience" #the5The giving experience is important to build loyalty for the non-profit. This helps to reinforce the direction and approach I want to take with the re-design of the Franklin Food Pantry website.
How Small Businesses Can Use Evernote to Stay Organized http://bit.ly/dKY4S6 #the5Evernote is an app that I haven't really used much of but I keep hearing of folks having success with it. It is appearing often enough that I think I will give it another try. One aspect of it that catches my ear this time is the capability to save a recording. If you have used this part of it, I would be interested in hearing how you do this.
Google Docs' Offline Support Returns (Well, Next Year) http://bit.ly/icT654 "we're glad offline support is making a return" #the5Working behind the firewall presents challenges, so being able to go offline and save something, particularly on a mobile device would be good to have handy. Patience is required for now. And planning to work around it in the mean time!
The First Amendment: A Shield for Food Marketers http://bit.ly/g3EVBI "the right of corporations to mislead the public" #the5I find it irksome that businesses can advertise what they want (obviously they are paying for it) but no one really calls them out for advertising what is effectively either a lie or something that can't be done.
Are you able to discount your own certainty? http://bit.ly/h8xO99 "See if you can celebrate possibility, and praise uncertainty" #the5Rosa Say has surfaced briefly to post this gem. Click through to read the full posting and follow the rich links she has provided. It will be a worthy use of your time. Exploring uncertainty is a good skill to acquire.
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