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Experiencing Facebook envy? Turns out, your friends ARE more popular than you (and probably richer and happier, too). The complete guide to LinkedIn etiquette (just in time, too, since there’s been an active conversation about this on ASAE’s Collaborate community … Continue reading

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Association professionals know – or at least, we should know – that lapsed members are our best sources of growth. Jeffrey Cufaude asks: what – if anything – are you doing to bring them back? The 10 worst reasons to … Continue reading

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“Fast and roughly right” (versus “slow and precise”) might be my new favorite thing. Shelly Alcorn asks: is your association dogfooding? “It doesn’t scale.” Eric Lanke wonders if you’re sure about that. Will Apple’s iOS7 kill near field communication (NFC) … Continue reading

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Friday Top 5

As probably everyone knows by now, the tech world sustained a major loss this week in the passing of Steve Jobs. So this Friday, it’s Steve’s Top 5: The mouse The graphical user interface Pixar The first truly functional touch … Continue reading

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Happy Take Back Your Lunch day. I ate at the small table in my office while reading some articles in Associations Now, but I did go for a 30 minute walk as part of picking up my lunch. Anyway, lots … Continue reading

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Is Apple actually a religion? Maddie Grant rounds up the recaps of BlogWorld Expo (I really have to go to this some year). Why rejection can be a good thing. Between books at the moment, but I have a few … Continue reading

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John Haydon reviews Beth Kanter’s 7 Qualities of Networked Nonprofit. How does your organization measure up? 11 killer FB apps for your nonprofit, from the babes at Social Fish Speaking of FB, I asked for help on figuring out the … Continue reading

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Always the Last to Know: iSketch

Get a cool app (for iPhone, iPod Touch and, shortly, iPad) and benefit (NACHRI member, natch) Mattel Children’s Hospital in the process. Cameron Cohen, an 11 year old budding programmer and former patient at Mattle CH, has written iSketch, a … Continue reading

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Got a crappy web site? According to Rohit Bhargava, you’re not necessarily sunk. Check out NACHRI’s new health care policy blog, With All Our Might. Launching a new web initiative? You know what they say: failure to plan –> planning … Continue reading

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