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Free Software isn't Free

Nonprofits looking to switch to a new software package should keep in mind that “free” doesn’t always mean no cost, reports the Nonprofit Times.

Nonprofit techies like to say that open source software is free the same way that the first few paragraph on a new website are free. If you want to read more than a couple of stories, you have to take out that credit card.

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Tech Makes Volunteering Easy

When a teenage Sam Fankuchen sought a volunteering gig in the early 2000s, his feel-good quest quickly turned to frustration: It was hard to find an organization that matched his skills and, when he did find one, it was even harder to figure out who was in charge.

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Students Make Apps

According to the Daily Bruin, the UCLA student group Nova is making apps to help local nonprofits. 

A student technology organization is helping nonprofits improve the lives of the Los Angeles homeless population and community college students.

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