So sorry to be joining the discussion so late! I'm Jayne Cravens (http://www.coyotecommunications.com), and I'll be coming from Germany to attend the NetSquared conference. I was one of the first people to create a web site to help nonprofits with technology many years ago, but most of you probably know me from my work in the last 10 years regarding online volunteering, first with the Virtual Volunteering Project (http://www.serviceleader.org/old/vv), and then at the United Nations Development Programme/UN Volunteers (http://www.onlinevolunteering.org). I'm now more focused on broader nonprofit management issues, particularly in the developing world and particularly regarding volunteer/community involvement (http://www.coyotecommunications.com/volunteer), but I still have a strong passion regarding nonprofits and technology, promoting accessibility for people with disabilities, as well as for people using "old" or "vintage" technology, and helping to provide a reality check for the tech world regarding nonprofit resources. I'm a long-time CompuMentor/TechSoup advocate, and am really looking forward to participating in a face-to-face, onsight event with the greater CompuMentor/TechSoup "family." Cheers!