Monthly Archives: May 2011

Cool online tools that are absolutely free

I continue to be amazed at how many tools there are out there for organizations to use — many of them absolutely free.  Here are a few of my favorites: Facebook’s new Nonprofit Resource page Facebook has (finally!) created a … Continue reading

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Fresh (not just younger) audiences for the arts

Those who read this blog regularly may recall that there are three phrases I forbid my students to use.  One of them is “We have to get younger audiences.”  (class…who can remember the other two?) Why have I banned the … Continue reading

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Giving away the products vs. giving away the store

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about Chris Anderson’s intriguing book called “Free! The Future of a Radical Price.”  Anderson argues that we are moving toward an economy where the cost of product is getting cheaper and cheaper — … Continue reading

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