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Anna Jaeger: "Cloud Technology and the NGO Community" for the November 2nd NonProfit Commons Meeting

TechSoup Global recently released the findings from our 2012 Global NGO Cloud Survey. This Friday, November 2nd, Nonprofit Commons is happy to feature Anna Jaeger of TechSoup, who will discuss the primary advantages, barriers and motivations that nonprofits, libraries, and NGOs from around the world reported for moving their IT to the cloud.

 

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Transcript of October 26th meeting - featuring John (Pathfinder) Lester

 

[08:33] Rhiannon Chatnoir: Hello and Welcome everyone to this week's Nonprofit Commons Weekly Meeting!

 

The Nonprofit Commons in Second Life is sponsored by TechSoup Global and is a program of the TechSoup Global Community & Social Media team.

 

Transcript of October 19th meeting - featuring Jeroen Frans

 

[08:32] Rhiannon Chatnoir: Welcome everyone to this week's Nonprofit Commons Weekly Meeting!

Jeroen Frans: "Tools for Virtual Engagement" for the October 19th NonProfit Commons Meeting

This Friday, October 19th, Nonprofit Commons is happy to feature Jeroen Frans, Frans Charming in Second Life, who will speak to us about tools for engagement in Second Life and focus specifically on the newer possibilities that are available, such as web integration, temporary attachments and teleport agent. 

Transcript of October 5th NPC Meeting - Featuring Jacques Macaire of HUMANBE

Nonprofit Commons Weekly Meeting

October 5, 2012, 8:30 AM SLT / PST

Plush Nonprofit Commons Amphitheater

 

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Jacques Macaire of HUMANBE, on Sustainability, Humanity and His Work in Second Life for October 5th NonProfit Commons Meeting

This Friday, October 5th, Nonprofit Commons is happy to feature Jacques Macaire (jacmacaire Humby in SL), who will speak to us about the nonprofit HUMANBE he founded and the work HUMANBE has done in Second Life as a

 

Many thanks to Brownrice Internet for hosting the NPSL site.

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