So you like git eh? Awesome! However, I can see it, you work with some teams that still use SVN or worse yet, no version control. Fear not, me too. I’ll walk you through my experience in getting a team converted and some git resources along the way. (Why you should switch from Subversion to […]
The 2012 eNonprofit Benchmark Survey has some good metrics and information for non-profits and their email messaging, email list size, fundraising, online advocacy, Facebook, Twitter and mobile programs as compared to 44 U.S.-based national nonprofits.
Whether you are a nonprofit or commercial organization, Tech4Him presents 40 great resources to make your infographic creation and graphical story telling better, leveraging nonprofit tech.
Infographics are a great way to tell your organization’s story, call people to action or explain the impact of the services you provide. But should you use infographics? This article will provide you tools to help decide.
Getting some Drupal modules to work on shared hosting can be a trouble. In this post we show you how we enabled a custom php.ini on an A2Hosting reseller account to allow fopen temporarily for a Wordpress to Drupal import.
After getting fed up with only a couple of hours of battery life on a new MacBook Pro we found one culprit and a workable solution to this problem. We are now getting 6-7 hours from a charge. Skype users beware.
So after my experiment of running Ubuntu 11.10 as my primary operating system, several of you suggested trying out Mac OS X. Of course, the big downside to this is that you really need Apple hardware to do this justice. (I know, a hackintosh is possible, but I’m looking for productivity not gadgetry right now.) […]
If you are a long time reader of this blog, you are probably thinking, “What? Mac? I thought he used Windows and Linux?” Well, you are right. However, where I serve during the day, and wee hours, had a MacBook Pro that was not in use. Rather than having it sit on the shelf, I […]