The Palotta Problem

The Palotta Problem

If I have a good sense of who reads my blog, you’re likely familiar with Dan Palotta, notable in the.

Everything That You Know About Spam Is Wrong

Everything That You Know About Spam Is Wrong

Image: Vince Lamb At least, if everything you know about it is everything that I knew about it before last.

My Tips For Planning Successful NTEN Tech Sessions

My Tips For Planning Successful NTEN Tech Sessions

NTEN needs good tech sessions at the 2014 conference. Submissions are open.  Here’s a pitch for any tech-savvy NTENdees to.

Best Of 2012: Nonprofit Technology Grows Up

Best Of 2012: Nonprofit Technology Grows Up

This article was first published on the NTEN Blog in December of 2012. I think that the best thing that.

Something’s Brewing At The NTC!

Something’s Brewing At The NTC!

We have just about finalized the details for the 4th Annual NTC Beer event, on the eve of the 2012 Nonprofit Technology Conference. That said, feast your eyes on the awesome poster that Jenn Howard did for the event!

NTEN Award

NTEN Award

Doesn't it figure that this would arrive after this morning's post?

NTC Wrap-up

NTC Wrap-up

NTEN hosted a record breaking 2000 people looking to be more effective in their use of technology to support good causes in D.C. last week. I wasn't one of them. So, why the wrap-up? Because the NTC (Nonprofit Technology Conference) is such a big event in my life that, even if I skip it, it doesn't necessarily skip me. :)

Virtualization: The Revolution in Server Management and Why You Should Adopt It

Virtualization: The Revolution in Server Management and Why You Should Adopt It

This article was co-written by Matt Eshleman of Community IT Innovators and first published on the NTEN Blog in June.

Accidental Technology

Accidental Technology

This article was originally published on the Idealware Blog in February of 2011. There’s been a ton of talk over.

Putting The Tech Back In Nonprofit Technology

Putting The Tech Back In Nonprofit Technology

We're all back from the Nonprofit Technology Conference, where nine of the ten Idealware bloggers congregated, along with some 1,440 of our peers in the nptech community. What a gas! NTC, as we call the conference, is what high school would have been like if everyone had been a member of the popular clique. The combination of peer education and celebration of our common interest in saving the world with heart and technology make for an exuberant occasion. And I can't say enough about the awe and appreciation I have for Holly, Anna, Annaliese, Brett, Sarah and Karl, and the amazing event that they recreate year after year for us. But, enough gushing.