As the international community celebrates World Food Day today, I find myself fortunate to have the rare chance to reflect on the tangible impact our clients are having on a daily basis.
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It's here. My first book, "The End of Big: How the Internet Makes David the New Goliath" was released today.
Google Grants for AdWords are one of the greatest gifts given to nonprofits by the great and powerful Google. Like so many equally useful sweaters from grandma, they are all too often ignored or not used to their potential.
In July, EchoDitto and The Wilderness Society (TWS) relaunched their web presence. With a spectacular design in hand, we worked to ensure that the site functioned as well as it looked. To us, this means providing our clients with the ability to control more and more aspects of their website.
I love it when our clients do something big. Last week, our client the Orton Family Foundation announced a major new national partnership aimed at strengthening communities and civic involvement across the country.
The Social Web was born from the ability to transform Internet users from passive "browsers" of content to an audience that is engaged and interacts w
International donation processing can be a tricky business. There are hundreds of combinations of payment scenarios depending on the country or region
In part 1 of this series, I broke out the fortune-telling orb and saw a future full of web applications on all sorts of devices, across a variety of websites and requiring a drastically reduced amount developer resources compared to just a year or two ago.
I have a prediction: recent innovations in the technologies that underlie how information is displayed and interacted with on the web are about to usher in a new era of that will make the Web 2.0 "revolution" look merely cosmetic, like it was just the internet putting on a new pair of socks.
EchoDitto is hitting DrupalCon Denver in full force: we’ve got our entire technical team here and a few strategists to boot (not to mention Joshua Wachs…our managing partner who’s walking around with an iPad for anyone who would like to come