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The Wonders of the Oregon Frontier
I unknowingly picked the rainiest week of the rainiest September in Oregon history for my vacation, leading to me seeking indoor activities and seeing the work of two awesome nonprofit MMT grantees in action.
RIP Igal Koshevoy
I just learned that Igal Koshevoy died yesterday, "following a long struggle with depression," the announcement gently stated. Igal was a huge force for good in Portland... and beyond.
Spam Shall Not Pass
I present two blog entries in one about our newest anti-spam tool, one boring and to the point and the other a homage to The Hobbit.
Spam Wars: The Sequel
Anyone running a website that involves blogging, forums or filling out email forms knows that spammers are a major menace (and not a phantom menace). If you allow your users to make posts or comments, chances are you get more spam than legitimate content.
NTEN's Nonprofit Tech Conference
One MMT geek's review of NTEN's 2012 Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC), which is aimed primarily at the nonprofits and their technology needs.
A Plethora of Resources for Nonprofits
Looking for great tools to help your organization improve efficiency and productivity or just make your life easier? Here's a list of a range of great tools that you never knew you needed.
Drupal Administration Recipe
Do you like our website? Do you want to build one with some of its features? Now you can. In the spirit of openness and sharing, we're offering the full recipe of all the Drupal modules and themes we used, the lessons we learned and some additional pointers. Take it from here!
A Super Useful, Simple to Use, Small CRM For Your Gmail
Ever get an email from someone who seems to have met you to you, but that you don't remember and that you wanted a little reminder about? Or wanted to know more about someone you know only peripherally? Or want to have a simple and organized way to track notes about these people? You might want to try Rapportive.
Ideas4Oregon and UserVoice
The Story and Recipe of This Website
Many people and organizations have asked us, why did we use Drupal to build this site and was it the right tool? As the one who advised it and did the bulk of the technical work, I thought I'd make that the subject of my first MMT Blog entry. Right from the beginning of the project to rebuild our site, we knew we wanted to use open source and we knew we wanted to share what we'd learned with other nonprofits and, well, everyone. We were hopeful that the lessons we learned and our shared thinking and ideas would be useful to others. So here follows our rationale.