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Post-election Editorials, Services for Nonprofits, & A Place to Bury Strangers links for 2008-11-09

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  • Barack Obama’s election is a milestone in more than his pigmentation. The second most remarkable thing about his election is that American voters have just picked a president who is an open, out-of-the-closet, practicing intellectual.
  • ON the morning after a black man won the White House, America’s tears of catharsis gave way to unadulterated joy.
  • Resources for NonProfits

  • Message in-a-box: Tools and tactics for communicating your cause is a new web resources that includes tactical guides to using a wide range communications tools for social change, packaged with some open source tools for creating media. This resource is for small to midsized nonprofit organizations.
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    Google Checkout for Non-Profits is a fast, convenient donation process that helps you attract more donors and increase online giving to your organization – and you can use it to process donations by charging credit or debit cards for free until 2009.
  • The mission of is to serve as a catalyst for positive social change by leveraging modern technologies and best business practices.
  • A Place to Bury Strangers

  • A Place to Bury Strangers’ self-titled debut LP sets tinnitus-inducing noise-pop against atmospheric echo chambers and sweet, tear-jerking melodies. The mix of blown-out guitar, reverberating basslines and beautiful chord sequences creates a heady treat from New York’s supposedly “loudest” three-piece. From the majestic opening track Missing You to the haunting, romantic Don’t Think Lover, this is ear-shattering bleakness wrapped round slender, gentle indie-pop tunefulness. An astounding first album.
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