As promised, I added about 40 of my guest posts here from the NTEN, Idealware, Earthjustice and LSC blogs. I also completely redid my categories and retagged every item, which is something I’d never done properly, so that, if you visit the blog, you can use the new sidebar category and tag cloud displays to find content by topic.
Included is my “Recommended Posts” category, which includes the posts that I think are among the best and the most valuable of what I’ve written. These are mostly nptech-related, with a few of the personal posts thrown in, along with some humor.
The newly-added content that is also in recommended posts includes:
- My Biggest Data Fail, from NTEN
- A Brief History Of Nonprofit Technology Leadership, And A Call To Action For New Circuit Riders, also from NTEN
- Trello, A Swiss Army Knife For Tasks, Prioritizing, And Project Management, from the LSC Tech Blog
- Is It Only Spam If The Other Guy Does It? from Deb Finn’s No Nonprofit Spam Blog
- The Five Best Tools For Quick And Effective Project Management, from NTEN
- Accidental Technology, from Idealware
- How Technology Might Shape The Future Of Our Cities, from Earthjustice
- Oldstyle Community Management, from Idealware
- How To Find data-Exchange Friendly Software, co-written by Idealware’s Laura Quinn, but from the NTEN Blog
- Lessons Learned: Effective Practices In IT Management, NTEN.
Everything has been published by it’s original date, though, so if you’re really curious, you can find all the new stuff at these links:
I’m not finished — NTEN and Idealware have both given me permission to publish the longer articles that I’ve written to the site. So I will do that on a new “Articles” page. These will include write-ups on document management, major software purchasing, data integration standards, RSS and system architecture. Look for them this week.