The Worst Football Card Photo Ever?

Growing up in the 70s and 80s, I certainly collected my fair share of hilarious baseball card photos. All those mustaches, blue uniforms, weird hats, and funky locks are half the reason I’ve kept them around all these years. The other day I found some of my old football cards, a
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50 Social Media Tactics for Nonprofits

Last week I spoke at the 2009 Conference for Nonprofits, and one of my presentations was called 50 Social Media Tactics for Nonprofits. Organizations often have social media channels developed, and are just looking for ideas they can use to engage their followers. This presentation is
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A Lonely Mushroom in the Woods

Over the weekend, the boys and I were at our favorite old climbing tree near the observation tower at Palmetto Island County Park. That day we were joined by this little red mushroom, who was pretty happy to see us. Anyone know the species?
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Some Thoughts on Webby Things

It’s been a while since I’ve linked back to my nonprofit tech blog, Webby Things. It’s been hard lately to find the time to eek out posts on a regular basis, but I truly love working with and helping nonprofits. If you’re into that sort of thing, here are a few
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Signs of the Twipocalypse :: @Campmor

Since the ’80s, I’ve been using the primitive Campmor catalog as my defacto guide to outdoor gear. In recent years, my purchases have moved online, but I still love getting that tissue-papery off-white zine. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised to see a giant callout to
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