Search Engines, Poverty, and Opportunity: Google Blocking Chrome Downloads in Syria and Iran

Simon Owens, from Bloggasm, sent me a note yesterday pointing out a post at MediaShift – Google Blocks Chrome Browser Use in Syria, Iran. When I received his message, I had been working upon a post for Blog Action Day 2008, and had started compiling resources that nonprofits working on issues involving poverty might find … Read more Search Engines, Poverty, and Opportunity: Google Blocking Chrome Downloads in Syria and Iran

Pro Bono Opportunities for Non Profit Web Site Marketing and Development

There are many web sites for nonprofit organization online that could use a little direction, a little help from people in the web design and internet marketing communities. I came across a site this weekend that works to connect professionals interested in helping non profits with organizations that need their help. The Taproot Foundation is … Read more Pro Bono Opportunities for Non Profit Web Site Marketing and Development

How Does Congress Use Google? Mentions on the Congressional Record

I had read that a hearing regarding the proposed Google-Doubleclick merger was going in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights on Thursday. In looking for information about the hearing, I also decided to take a look at when and how Google was mentioned by Congress on the … Read more How Does Congress Use Google? Mentions on the Congressional Record