Quick Hits — December 11, 2006

  • Adults Just Don’t Get the Instant Message. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer writes up a poll (not the first) that shows that younger folks are using IM as a replacement for email. Response #1: Whither email advocacy? Response #2: Damn kids, get off my lawn! Thanks to Burt Edwards for the tip.
  • Tis The Season For E-Fundraising. The Agitator pulls together a bunch of good resources for getting the most out of your email fundraising.
  • Blogs About Digital Politics. Alan Rosenblatt has made a list (and checked it twice) of his favorite blogs writing about online politics, including a couple that were new to me.
  • Org2.0: What Every Smart Nonprofit Needs to Know [PDF]. According to marketing guru Seth Godin, “It’s a whole new Internet. Here are the six free things you can do right now to figure it out.” Not surprisingly, it features his own site, Squidoo, which I’ve been experimenting with and plan to write up soon. Via Getting Attention.


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Colin Delany
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