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One of the things I loved about living in San Francisco was that it was the birthplace of the Summer of Love and the Love movement of the late 60's and early 70's.
Recently, I wrote about Clay Shirky’s Plausible Promise, Tools and Barga
Have you ever come across a picture of this
CivicActions is very pleased to announce the release of The Agile NonProfit: A Quick Start Guide to Iterativ
HTML5. If you haven't heard of it, perhaps you've seen the 50's superhero inspired logo (left) which is popping up all over?
VolunteerMatch.org (personally, a BIG favorite .org) recently released their first Video Annual Report and it's AWESOME!! It's such a great, and low-cost idea for producing a compelling story of an organization's successes.
One of the things I enjoy about working with CivicActions is the commitment to quality, and one of the best tools in our quality assurance arsenal is the Dev QA Live release process f
The 3rd Annual CLASSY Awards is the largest philanthropic awards
ceremony in the country, recognizing outstanding philanthropic
Leo Burd from the MIT Center for Future Civic Media and Owen Barton from CivicActions ran a webcast last we
Innovation often does not look like a brand new technology, but like a smart new combination of existing technologies.