has extended their voting deadline to TODAY at 5pm PDT - so this is your last chance to make your voice heard as to which projects will best use technology for social change.
project is getting some great buzz and endorsements - we're on a bunch of lists, including those by Beth Kanter of Beth's Blog
, Patrick Shaw
, and Allan Bennamer of Confessions of an IT Tech Director
(Wow, Allan! I think I'm blushing!).
If you haven’t already, please take just a few minutes to vote for the Idealware projec
t – “Idealware
Nonprofit Software Knowledge Sharing Initiative.”
If you tried to vote before but had trouble, Netsquared
reports that they’ve
fixed the issues – might you be able to try again? And if you’ve
already voted, thanks so much – consider asking a few friends to vote as well!
The project we’ve
proposed would let us dramatically expand our Few Good Tools articles, to cast a much wider net to find the software knowledge that already exists in the nonprofit sector and bring you more and even better articles. Read much more about the project
Voting should take less than five minutes. Go to http://www.netsquared.org/projects/vote
. You'll need to register on the site to vote, and to pick at least five projects to vote for - but there's certainly no lack of worthy projects to choose from. Here's a few that caught our eye:
- Aspiration's Social Source Commons
- Access to Markets and Education: Fair Trade Language Tutoring via Webcam
- Farmer 2 Farmer Learning
- Games for Change
- Grassroots.org Toolbox
- moulin Wiki - the Offline Wikipedia
- Point K Learning Center Community Features
- The CTC VISTA Project
Please, vote now!