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The 2010 Nonprofit Technology Conference provided me a wealth of wisdom and friendships. It also gave me a sense of urgency regarding how nonprofits operate on the Internet, which is where I want to focus in this reflective, trend-defining post. For quite some time nonprofits have focused on having a web site and making sure information is kept up to date. However, the web is no longer a platform for displaying electronic brochures; it is a platform for live interactions and relationships. Here, then, are five ways the "Version 1.0" understandings of what the web offers are being replaced by the new roles technology ...
I love details. I could write a three-page specification for an "Email this page" button. I challenge myself to find new and exciting OS/Browser combinations to test. (Yes, I do still have Lynx on my computer). And when it comes to cutting HTML, I'm a total pixel-pusher. (Shouldn't that column be one pixel over to the right?) So when I log into Google Analytics, I never even glance at the dashboard, but instead dive straight into meaty 100-row reports. To me, the dashboard report is good for big picture, but is too vague to tell me what I really need to do to make my site better. Read More
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