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Net2 Recommends - December's Interesting Posts From Around The Web

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The NetSquared team reads and shares lots of different blog posts, articles, reports, and surveys within our team. We have a lot of fun sharing within the team and it occurred to us that we should start sharing them with you, too! Net2 Recommends is a monthly series of news and blog posts from around the web that we found interesting or inspiring, mind-bending or opinion-changing, fun or just plain weird.

 

2010 Year in Review: Community Highlights

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As the year comes to a close, we're reminded to reflect back on some of the highlights from the last 12 months. This is the last in our series of year in review posts I've been sharing to highlight some of the exciting moments for NetSquared and our global community in 2010. 

The NetSquared Community is a global network of people who connect both on- and offline to talk, learn, and share their experiences with using technology for social impact. In this post, I'll share some information about the current state of our global community - and some of the great things that happened in 2010!

2010 Year in Review: Interviews to Inspire

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http://www.flickr.com/photos/brtsergio/1275188911/in/photostream/As the year comes to a close, we're reminded to reflect back on some of the highlights from the last 12 months. This is the third of four year in review posts I'll be sharing to highlight some of the exciting moments for NetSquared and our global community in 2010.

December Net2 Think Tank Round-up: Reflecting Back On 2010

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Earlier this month, we asked you to share your your reflections on the world of technology and social benefit in 2010. We wanted to learn which nonprofit-technology-related content, innovations, events, and ideas stand out as being the big game-changers for the year. Below, we've compiled all of the community responses for this month's Net2 Think Tank!

2010 Year in Review: Think Tanks to Keep You Thinking

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As the year comes to a close, we're reminded to reflect back on some of the highlights from the last 12 months. This is the second of four year in review posts I'll be sharing to highlight some of the exciting moments for NetSquared and our global community in 2010. In this post, I'm taking a look back at all of the Net2 Think Tanks from 2010.

2010 Year in Review: Most Popular Posts

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Image from Flickr user doug88888As the year comes to a close, we're reminded to reflect back on some of the highlights from the last 12 months. This is the first of three year in review posts I'll be sharing to highlight some of the exciting moments for NetSquared and our global community in 2010. 

In this post, I'm taking a look back at some of the most popular content on the NetSquared site this year. Here is a listing of some of our most enjoyed blog posts of 2010:

New Tagline Database Offers Nonprofits Inspiration and Guidance for Creating Powerful Messages

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Search Tool Taps into World’s Largest Collection of Nonprofit Taglines—4,800+ Entries

Nonprofit organizations of all sizes have a valuable opportunity to strengthen their messaging with the just-launched Nonprofit Tagline Database.                    

Organizations that hone their messaging well are part of a growing trend of smart nonprofits whose taglines help build awareness of their value and put them firmly in audiences’ hearts, minds, schedules and wallets, says Nancy Schwartz, publisher of these resources and the Getting Attention blog and e-newsletter.

TechSoup Webinar: The Many Uses for Adobe Acrobat

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What do you think of when you hear about Adobe Acrobat? PDF files, right? PDF (portable document format) has been used for more than a decade to share files freely between computers regardless if you’re using a Mac, Linux, or Windows machine as long as you have the Reader installed. But Adobe Acrobat has much more to offer than simply creating and displaying PDF files. 

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