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Strange sensation of freedom (Facebook is down) and new discovery (downrightnow.com crowdsources monitoring of web services)
I sat down at my desk this morning and felt a sudden sensation of freedom entering by body from my fingertips and toes, through my limbs.. and then I realized: it isn’t my own router that is down this time … Continue reading →
Yesterday I blogged about my horrid fascination with the organizations stuck at the bottom of the Global Open Challenge Leaderboard. Today, I have ten tips to share that I think would help any organization to succeed in their Global Open … Continue reading →
The Global Open Challenge is GlobalGiving’s powerful idea of using the “wisdom of the crowd” to identify organizations worthy of being part of the GlobalGiving charitable giving community. Organizations that pass a rigorous due diligence process are given an opportunity … Continue reading →