Last Sunday at NTEN's Nonprofit Technology Conference, I facilitated a meetup for Changebloggers: Blogging, Podcasting and Vlogging for Good.
We started with some structured networking, and then shared changeblogging tips, resources, and success stories. My favorite story came from an organization who had a frequent, angry commenter who disagreed with their cause. They engaged with him, and in the end he became a member of their organization. To me, that is a quintessential example of why nonprofits should embrace comments, rather than fear them.
Below is a list of some of the folks who attended the event. Send them a little link love and give their sites' a click. Also, you can find more Changebloggers on the Changeblogger Network.
Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology
Black Rock Arts Foundation
Digital for Good
Foglio's Field Notes
In the Hand of Dante
Kentuckians for the Commonwealth
Native American Public Telecommunications
Volunteer San Diego