Friday Fiesta: conference, quakes and coffeeeeeeSubmitted Fri Aug 26 2011 13:45:56 GMT-0400 (EDT)
It's Friday and I actually drank coffee today. That's your warning.
Hey, we're doing that conference thing again. Sign up here for the November 1st Salsa Community Conference, and read about last year's version, courtesy of Ilyse. I'll be there, less caffeinated.
Our July Third Thursday on rapid response was so well-attended, the room was packed and we had to move out the video equipment. No streaming, sorry, but you can read Laurin's notes.
Thanks to Bill for his comments regarding tracking group counts over time.
There are some great recommendations for Anonymous donor tracking.
Some members discussed pasting content through iphones and tablets.
I get too excited about Salsa Scoop posts that are not written by my coworkers. Check out Drew Hudson's tips for bigger, better action buttons.
Thanks to those who checked on us post-quake. Living in Wisconsin, I found the news surreally entertaining, but I know several of the DC folks were pretty shook up (and I didn't just write that because I'm a geek about puns).
The League of Women Voters reminds us to celebrate the 91st anniversary of the 19th Amendment today. Yay! I love voting!
Transportation for America invites pictures of unsafe and poorly planned streets.
Forest Ethics says no to Tar Sands bananas.
Finally, my coworkers are boring me, and I'd really like some new ones. We're hiring, and you should apply.
Have a happy weekend! I'll be enjoying a bluegrass festival and maybe actually doing some laundry...