Here’s the next set of video interviews from 15NTC, the 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference, hosted by Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN). These Nonprofit Radio interviews are about your online community and Creative Commons. I encourage you to check out 16NTC. I’ll see you there!
Opportunity Collaboration:This working meeting on poverty reduction is unlike any other event you have attended. No plenary speeches, no panels, no PowerPoints. I was there last year and I’m going this year. It will ruin you for every other conference! October 11-16, Ixtapa, Mexico.
Harmony Eichsteadt, Brett Schenker & Laura Packard: Get Your Emails Delivered
You probably don’t know if you have an email deliverability problem. You need to hear what Gmail preserves about your mail actions and how those impact what gets delivered. What’s a honey pot email? Harmony Eichsteadt was an evangelist at NationBuilder; Brett Schenker is email deliverability specialist with Every Action; and Laura Packard is a partner at PowerThru Consulting. We talked at NTC, the Nonprofit Technology Conference, hosted by NTEN, the Nonprofit Technology Network.
Carly Leinheiser & Craig Sinclair: The Open Movement
Carly Leinheiser and Craig Sinclair reveal what this movement around Creative Commons, Open Source and Open Data is, and what it means to distribute or use content, code or data from an open source. Carly is an associate attorney at Perlman + Perlman. Craig is digital media manager at Manhattan Neighborhood Network. Also from NTC.
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