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Online Communications for Nonprofit, Church, and Small Business

Learn how to cut through the noise and get your story told online.

  • Social media consulting & coaching • It’s all about relationships — learn to engage online and build a following
  • Websites • A website built on the WordPress platform — one you edit and control
  • Words • You need words to tell a story. Use the right words.
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Learn About Keyboard Shortcuts

Today’s video is about keyboard shortcuts. I’ve used them for years, and they make my work faster, and save my wrists, as I’m prone to carpal tunnel issues. The video covers very basic universal shortcuts, a few that vary between applications, and a couple for Gmail and Facebook users. As always, I welcome feedback and […]

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Learn About WordPress Menus

I’ve started a new video series — I’ll try to do one each week, and they will be very short and simple demonstrations on basic technology skills. I expect to do quite a few on WordPress, as I use it every day, but I’ll also include technology for productivity, social media, writing and style tips, […]

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Computers and Technology

Want to Better Understand Technology?

Do you want to better understand technology? Would it help in your business, nonprofit, or church? I talk to a lot of people about technology, social media, and how to use computers and software to be more productive. In the course of my work and social life, I meet a lot of people who wish […]

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GiveCamp: Why Not?

Friday Night GiveCamp Memphis got off to a great start tonight, with yums from Moe’s and enthusiastic volunteers and nonprofits. It’s one of my favorite weekends of the year. This year’s event is being held at Cowork Memphis, a new coworking space in the Cooper-Young area that is rapidly gaining popularity as a great place […]

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Speaking: Avoid the Way of Bay

It’s not often I feel sympathy for a Hollywood film director. Michael Bay, whose now-famous meltdown at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has drawn more than a million YouTube views, has earned it. As he took the stage to introduce Samsung’s new super HDTV with a curved screen, Bay’s teleprompter went south, and he […]

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