If you're been puzzled (I have) by how to best use the creative commons licensing for protecting or setting your content free, Creative Commons has just launched a new tool to make it easier.
Continuing on with the puzzle theme. Sometimes I find items in the NpTechTag I can't explain. Maybe you can. If so, write down on the back of a twenty dollar bill and ... or maybe just leave a comment.
Don't like any of these ideas? Fundraise for your own cause. Katya's non-profit marketeing blog announces that Network for Good launches Charity Badges which make it easy for you to do just that.
And, don't forget, retail philthanthropy. Givezilla, a vendor that enables nonprofits to raise money through online shopping. Adaptive Technology and the $100 Laptop
There is a competitor to the One Laptop per Child initiative launched by the MIT Media Lab's Nicholas Negroponte (see some recent photos here). It's a Canadian company producing a laptop called ink. Read about it here. Meanwhile, Microsoft is attempting to stuff Windows onto the One Laptop Per Child.
I read some place that Web2.0 means spending more time online. No wonder my RSI/Carpal Tunnel flaring up lately. I was happy to discover a link to the Adaptive Technology for Information and Computing at MIT RSI page. Org2.0
A two part blog post comparing video hosts (part 1 and part 2)
A rant about podcasting from the Agitator that reminds of a Pew Internet Research report estimating that podcast listeners represent 12% of the Internet audience. I wonder how much of that audience represents those interested in nonprofit content? Second Life
The Alzheimer Society of Ontario is putting together a photo exhibition in Second Life. More information here.
A post that points to a Nature article about a series of experiments, comparing real-world human behavior with behavior in a virtual environment.