Buyer Beware: The Hidden Costs of Free Software for Nonprofits By Gretchen Barry Originally published on eJewishPhilanthropy The Appeal and Illusion of Free When it comes to purchasing new software, many organizations do so to increase efficiency, save time, and …

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The Detroit Free Press ran an article detailing how social media is being used by religious leaders. In his article “What Would Jesus Tweet?,” religion editor Niraj Warikoo looks at how houses of worship are using Facebook and Twitter to …

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Esther’s in Vegas. No, not THAT Esther? We’ll shift our focus to Queen Esther in less than two weeks. For now, the focus is on another Esther. Connected Jewish leaders know that Esther Kustanowitz, the writer and social media consultant, …

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Jvillage Network’s Yoram Samets wrote an interesting essay for the eJewishPhilanthropy blog titled “Purposeful and Passionate: Synagogues in the Age of Facebook.” Ultimately, I think he was being too delicate with synagogues by letting them know that it’s okay to …

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