Its been awhile since I’ve posted a roundup of links. As a result, this is a hodgepodge of links – some from a few months or weeks ago, and some from the past few days. Regardless, they are (in my opinion) well worth the read.
The devastation in Japan has prompted a reminder or two about giving in times of crisis. Among the best articles I’ve read:
The Do’s and Don’ts of Disaster Donations, from the blog Good Intentions are Not Enough.
Drive by Daniel Pink was one of my favorite books that I read in 2010, and as a result I’ve been noticing stories about innovative workplaces. I especially liked this post from NTEN (Nonprofit Technology Network) “Rebel in a Polyester Sash: A Recipe for Cultural Revolution” that shows how even the Girl Scouts can lose the organizational polyester and become true models for tomorrow’s girls.
One Crafty Mother opens up a proverbial can of parenting worms with this wonderful post about deciding whether or not to let her child stay home alone. (Something that I’ve been given some thought to as well.)
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