Innovation

We can learn from NPR?

Did you know that NPR won 5 webby’s this year (that’s the Online Oscar) for their podcasting? The Public Radio station just got a $200 million endowment and is using that to push into foreign markets as well as podcast almost all their shows. They are one of the biggest names on iTunes currently and have 52 shows on Apple’s ...

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Like Minded Blog

Reading a comment on Steve Rubel’s Micro Persuasion, I came across Studio 501c, a blog "created especially for nontechies in the nonprofits." Now that’s my kind of blog! Celeste W, the author, says on her "About" page: This is a resource for ordinary people doing extraordinary things — social entrepreneurs and nonprofit staff and volunteers, i.e., those who work hard ...

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The Growing Gaming World — New Study

Check out the new AP-AOL Games Tech Study — Poll: 4 in 10 Play Electronic Games.  This is definitely a viable medium that is replacing the hours many spend watching TV. That’s an interesting reality to accept — now imagine that if this is potentially a new "TV," we have another new media outlet in which to communicate and market ...

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Online Surveys…

The new issue of the Chronicle of Philanthropy reports on a few interesting tidbits — 1) A new Harris Interactive Survey — only one in 10 Americans beleive that charities use donations honestly and ethically, and yet this notion didn’t stop most from making a donation. 2) Resources and tips for conducting online surveys 3) How online surveys are saving ...

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