Meeting tonight on blogs -- Fwd: Triangle 501 Tech Club
hallman at email.unc.edu
Thu Apr 14 09:08:48 EDT 2005
To RTPnet-TACT and RTPnet-list:
This meeting has been posted on several lists, but I don't think it has
If you are interested in 501 Tech Club meetings, you should join that
list -- see http://list.nten.org/lists/info/501techclub-triangle
Judy Hallman (hallman at rtpnet.org, http://www.rtpnet.org/hallman)
Executive Director, RTPnet, NC (http://www.RTPnet.org/)
Subject: Triangle 501 Tech Club
From: Damita Chambers <DChambers at unitedwaytriangle.org>
Mark your calendars!! RTPnet is hosting the next Triangle 501 Tech Club
<http://list.nten.org/lists/info/501techclub-triangle> ) on Thursday,
April 14 from 6-8 pm at Triangle United Way in Morrisville. RSVP to
Damita Chambers at chambers at rtpnet.org if you plan to attend.
Join us to learn how nonprofits can share their missions with blogs, a
web site you can update on an ongoing basis without using HTML, and
podcasting, a web-based broadcast medium. Our guest speaker, Brian C.
Russell is an IT professional with a multimedia design background and a
Bachelors of Fine Art. Presently, he's an AmeriCorps VISTA member
helping the Durham Literacy Center use technology to advance reading
literacy. His blog and podcast - http://www.audioactivism.org
<http://www.audioactivism.org/> - demonstrate new tools for grassroots
journalism, and new ways for individuals to share their own stories.
Brian is also one of the speakers for the 6th Annual RTPnet Conference,
set for Friday, May 20 at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill. The theme is
"Bringing Together Volunteers and Technology for Community Development."
You can register for the conference online at http://www.rtpnet.org/conf
<http://www.rtpnet.org/conf> or on-site at the Tech Club meeting. Don't
miss your chance to attend North Carolina's only annual statewide
nonprofit technology conference. Register today!
What: Triangle 501 Tech Club meeting
Topic: An introduction to blogging and podcasting
When: Thursday, April 14 from 6-8 p.m. (pizza provided--donations accepted)
Where: Triangle United Way, 1100 Perimeter Park Drive, Suite 112,
RSVP to Damita Chambers at chambers at rtpnet.org if you plan to attend.
Directions to Triangle United Way:
From I-40 and Raleigh (East):
Take exit 284, Airport Boulevard. Turn left at the top of the off ramp.
You will pass Prime Outlets on your right. You will then pass an Amoco
Station on your left. Continue approximately 1/2 mile. The next traffic
light is Perimeter Park. Turn right at the light and make an immediate
left into the 1100 Perimeter Park parking lot. Drive clockwise around
the building until you come to Suite 112 with American flag in front.
From I-40 and Chapel Hill/Durham (West):
Take exit 284A, Airport Boulevard. Turn right (This is the only option,
actually). You will pass Prime Outlets on your right. You will then pass
an Amoco Station on your left. Continue approximately 1/2 mile. The next
traffic light is Perimeter Park. Turn right at the light and make an
immediate left into the 1100 Perimeter Park parking lot. Drive clockwise
around the building until you come to Suite 112 with American flag in
To see a map of the area, visit
P.O. Box 110387
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
DChambers at unitedwaytriangle.org
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