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5 Principles for great presentations: More than PowerPoint

Those who are less than expert at PowerPoint may be relieved to know that you need not be a whiz at presentation software to give a great presentation. In fact, I have attended some presentations that would have been much better without any “slides” at all. Don’t get me wrong, PowerPoint is an excellent tool […]

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5 Reasons Why You Have Time for Social Media

“How am I going to find time for social media when I have 300 emails in my inbox?” A common sentiment, although now often tempered with, “I know I should be doing it, but . . . “ So here is why you do have time to have a Facebook page, read blogs, tweet, or […]

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Wired for Good

I’m just returning from the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) Conference in Atlanta.  It was a high-energy gathering (1,449 Strong) of technology providers and nonprofit staff, dedicated to leveraging technology to make the world a better place.  I’ve been to this conference several times before and, as a group, they make more comprehensive use of free […]

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Why bother keeping up with technology?

It’s a full time job just to keep track of it, much less learn how to use it.  If you played video games at age 6 (Pac Man at the arcade doesn’t count), it’s a natural part of life.  But what about the rest of us?  We get by and hope it works.  Often, we […]

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