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    Working with Flash Banners

    New Media

    This week marks my second attempt and completion of creating basic flash banners advertisements using Adobe Flash. The first attempt occurred while I was employed with League of Conservation Voters last fall. I learned how to create these basic flash banners while watching Layers TV episode #126 from February 24, 2010. Raphael “RC” Concepcion is […]

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    I Have Accepted a New Position: I’m Going Fishing with

    Life Events, Nonprofit Communications

    Today, I write with fantastic news. I have accepted a new position with the American Sportfishing Association as Web Manager of In short, this position includes the “day to day responsibility for implementing and coordinating the content, design and functionality of [Web site].” I will be implementing online fundraising, advocacy, e-marketing, search engine […]

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    Online Personalized Fundraising: The Risk/Reward Ratio

    New Media, Nonprofit Communications

    I just read a piece on the nonprofit online marketing blog, Frogloop entitled, “The Future of Online Fundraising.” The author, Allyson Kapin writes about a new online fundraising program in which Autism Speaks, through a collaboration with Blackbaud, built Autism Speaks U in an effort to personalize online fundraising for purposes of enlisting those […]

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    I’m a Free Agent Again – Seeking a Web Developer Position

    Life Events, New Media

    Yesterday, the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) and I parted ways amicably. The event was no fault of my own or LCV’s. As such, I am again, back on the hunt for a new job. This time, I hope to refrain from jumping at the first offer and really consider whether it is a good […]

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    Adobe CS5: Viva La Adobe!

    Blog Tools, New Media, Nonprofit Communications

    Today is a great day for me. Since I started with League of Conservation Voters, I advocated for the new Adobe Creative Suite (CS) to do my job more effectively. Because I work at a nonprofit, we were able to get the product from Tech Soup at an incredibly discounted rate. I am happy to […]

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    Web Design for a Nonprofit Consultant

    Nonprofit Communications

    Great news. I was contacted by Heather at after I posted my article linking to her article from my Williteration post, “Deciding on a Nonprofit-focused Master’s Degree Program.” She was impressed with and asked if I would help her to redesign her site. Long story short, I am in the middle of a […]

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    Vote for the Next Member of the LCV Dirty Dozen

    Nonprofit Communications

    Each election cycle, the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) hosts the Dirty Dozen on their Web site. According to the LCV Web site, “Every election year, LCV’s trademark Dirty Dozen program targets members of Congress — regardless of party affiliation — who consistently vote against the environment… where LCV has a serious chance to affect […]

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    Embrace Your Creative Side – Tell Your Inner Child It’s Time to Play

    General Thoughts, Nonprofit Communications

    I visited the Nonprofit Execs on the Edge blog recently and found a post entitled, “Nonprofits: a checklist of what not to say – ever” and after watching this video, it got me thinkning.

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