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50+ people gathered at the Centre for Social Innovation on Tuesday August 11 for part II of Twitter Talk (read about Twitter Talk I.)
Panelists were asked a series of questions about their Twitter use and how the organizations that they represent (CanadaHelps, War Child Canada, ALS Canada) are using Twitter to build community, promote initiatives, fundraise, etc.
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50 Twitter curious people attended last night's TechSoup Canada - Toronto Net Tuesday, "TwitterTalk"; at the Centre for Social Innovation. A panel of Toronto Twitter leaders presented about their successes and challenges of using Twitter to connect, build community, encourage involvement, and to fundraise.
Welcome to TechSoup Canada!
My name is Jane Zhang and I'm the program manager for TechSoup Canada. As the January 30th, 2009 launch date approaches, both the TechSoup and TechSoup Canada teams have been working hard to make the transition to TechSoup Canada a reality. Next week I will be spending a week in San Francisco to meet with TechSoup and receive training on our new platform.
Technology continues to change at a very rapid pace - things that were “out there” just a few years ago are now reality, and are quickly becoming mainstream. While many of these innovations are happening in the personal/consumer space, it’s good to keep an eye on them because organizations are likely to follow - not to mention that we need to stay on top of how our communities want to interact with us.
By: Bandana Singh, Office Manager & Executive Assistant, Inspirit Foundation
By: Frédéric Julien, Project manager / Gestionnaire de projets, Canadian Arts Presenting Organization / L’assemblée canadienne des organismes artistiques (CAPACOA)