Tweets of the Week – October 1, 2010

Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises:

  • mitchjoel: Malcolm Gladwell says that Social Media will not push Social Change in The New Yorker:
  • adrianchira: Your (Brilliant) Responses to Gladwell on Social Media and Activism
  • danpallotta: My response to Ken Berger and Robert Penna on Canada's proposed draconian law:
  • kenscommentary: Nonprofit Leadership – Money Isn't Everything Part 2 –
  • PatrickSternal: Senate Democrats Press I.R.S. to Review Political Spending by Nonprofits –
  • npquarterly: Reps winning big in political spending by nonprofits since Citizens United
  • ssstrom: Comments on this story about political use of a (c)6 are running at 250-plus so far.
  • AshokaTweets: Did you miss anything from last week's #cgi2010? You can read and watch everything that happened here #socent
  • tactphil: Nonprofit Analysis: Beyond Metrics. Join @TactPhil in an @SocialEdge discussion:
  • COF_: Investing in Long-Term Efforts to Strengthen Nonprofits Pays Off, Study Finds
  • nonprofitlawyer: More debate: Is charity lacking in China? Or is China's charitable history being misrepresented?

For more interesting tweets, follow me or nonprofitlawyer on Twitter.

Tweet Tweet