In the guest chair:
Jennifer Higgins from TechBridge, a nonprofit that drives community impact by bringing affordable business & technology expertise to other nonprofits, joined me in-studio today to talk about how they help non-profits of all sizes get and use the latest technology. Why is this important? Imagine how much more work YOU can get done with the right technology. So now you get it. We discussed social media and non-profits as well as the annual Digital Ball (which I so want to go to next year) AND the newest TechBridge project, the Nonprofit Exchange where folks can go to give money to important nonprofit tech projects. It’s like Kickstarter for the non-profit community. (I, of course, decide the Nonprofit Exchange needed a sexier name and suggested the very creative NPX! Before you criticize my idea, perhaps suggest one of your own!!)
In the headlines:
- 790 The Zone is adopting a full slate of ESPN syndicated programming. I mentioned this as a service to you sports lovers who listen, but also as an excuse to brag about the fact that we are a local Atlanta focused show!
- 11 Atlanta area museums are offering free admission to current military and veterans between Memorial Day and Labor Day. We fill you in on which ones and why.
- Free Wi-Fi is coming to Phillips Arena to enhance your Hawks basketball experience… or maybe just give you another reason not to talk to each other.
- And Waffle House had two men arrested for not pulling their pants up. See my Twitter feed for a pic of a similar fellow.