How Can You Change the Web?
Social Actions’ Change the Web Challenge is a one-of-a-kind online competition that aims to inspire third-party developers to build innovative tools that make it easy for people to find and share opportunities to make a difference. See3 is a proud media sponsor of this event which will engage websites, programmers, bloggers and nonprofits around the world interested in using their skills and...
Who Has the Best Nonprofit Video?
If you made a video in 2008, we want to see it! Enter now and show us how your organization has been using video to inspire and ignite social change. Starting today, video submissions are being accepted for the 3rd Annual DoGooderTV Nonprofit Video Awards, co-sponsored by The Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) and See3 Communications. Nonprofit organizations and foundations are encouraged to...
See3 at Fem2.0
This week I had the pleasure of attending the Feminism2.0 conference in Washington, D.C. It was a one-day event packed full of panels and breakout sessions with leaders from prominent women's organizations such as Feminist Majority, NOW and NARAL as well as feminist bloggers, artists and activists. What I liked most about the conference was the diversity of people that attended. It was a great...
Midwest Progressive Communicators Gather in Chicago
This past weekend, a group of progressive communicators from around the Midwest gathered in Chicago to kick-off PCN Midwest. The event was organized with the help of the national PCN organization and Chicago-based Community Media Workshop. I was thrilled to represent See3 at the event and get a chance to spend two days with the diverse and talented activists and organizers that gathered there....
See3 at Chicago Convergence/MGFest09
Last week, Michael spoke at the Chicago Convergence at MGFest09 which was held at Columbia College here in Chicago. It was a nice gathering of tech and design people and included speakers from crowdSPRING, Manifest Digital, Spark and The Cocktail. Here's the slideshow from Michael's talk which was videotaped and will soon be available in its entirety on the Chicago Convergence website:Causes,...
YouTube Expands Their Video Player
YouTube announced today that they have updated their video player to a new, bigger format in order to accommodate widescreen (16:9) videos. From the YouTube blog:We're expanding the width of the page to 960 pixels to better reflect the quality of the videos you create and the screens that you use to watch them. This new, wider player is in a widescreen aspect ratio which we hope will provide you...
TwitterBeat: Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn?
Last week we asked our friends on Twitter, “What do you have more of - Facebook friends, Twitter followers, or LinkedIn contacts?” Based on the responses we received, it looks like Facebook wins, followed closely by Twitter and LinkedIn. It's important to note that each social-networking platform has its own culture and use. Whereas you might connect with a business acquaintance on LinkedIn,...