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Online Newsletters I Read Regularly

I am very picky about subscribing to email and web-based newsletters. My time is extremely limited, like everyone who works in the non-profit sector; I don't have time to read every organization's newsletter. I also want to spend my reading time with newsletters that are the most immediately valuable to my work. Online newsletters, together with online communities, constitute the majority of my ongoing professional development, more than onsite conferences or paper publications (though, ofcourse, I still utilize those).

The best newsletters, IMO, are still those that are text based in email: no graphics, just great, punchy, short text that let's me know what's worth looking into and maybe even using or promoting myself.

Here is a list of the newsletters to which I subscribe and that lead me to incredibly valuable information. I make time every week or month to read these newsletters, and never feel that my time is wasted:

And while we're on the subject of online newsletters... I hope you will subscribe to my email-based newsletter, Tech4Impact, to help mission-based organizations (nonprofits, NGOs, civil society, etc.) know how to get the most out of computer and Internet technology. It's written especially for a non-tech audience. To subscribe, send a blank email to:
or, visit: tech4impact yahoogroup

What about my RSS reader?
Most of what's in my RSS reader relates to tracking certain subjects in the news and updates to my favorite blogs. Right now, I'm not tracking anything in my RSS reader that primarily relates to nonprofits. If I start, I'll add what I'm subscribed to here.

Also see this list of my favorite online discussion groups

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