Let’s Learn About Using Bitcoin for Social Good: Intro slides


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The intro slide deck with info on SFTech4Good and its sponsors for this event: TechSoup, NTEN, Geekdom by Rackspace and Rolling Out Cafe.

You can find the NTEN links mentioned here too.

#bitcoin4good #sfn2

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Let’s Learn About Using Bitcoin for Social Good: Intro slides

  1. 1. SFTech4Good Meetup; Hashtag: #SFN2 SSID: R-Guest: user: tech4, p/w: goodSF
  2. 2. About us ● We've combined the power of NetSquared & NTEN's 501 Tech Clubs to create San Francisco Tech4Good. ● We gather to explore an aspect of how technology is being leveraged for social impact projects. ● We see a big opportunity to share experiences and take action on local and global issues.
  3. 3. Our Sponsors ● TechSoup: http://www.techsoup.org/ ○ NetSquared: http://www. netsquared.org/ ● NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Enterprise Network: http://www. nten.org ○ 501 Tech Club ● Geekdom SF by Rackspace: http: //geekdom.com/san-francisco ● Rolling Out Cafe: http: //rollingoutcafe.com/
  4. 4. TechSoup
  5. 5. TechSoup NetSquared is a project of TechSoup -- a nonprofit that connects fellow nonprofits, foundations, and public libraries with tech products, plus the learning resources they need to make informed decisions about technology and operate at their full potential. In the last 10 years, TechSoup donation programs have distributed over 10.5 million tech products to more than 200,000 nonprofits, foundations, and public libraries around the world, saving the sector more than US$3.75 billion.
  6. 6. TechSoup - Featured Product Donations QuickBooks 2014 for Mac and PC Automate your bookkeeping with QuickBooks. The new Bank Feeds helps you reconcile, and more email options speed up tasks. Nonprofit reports can track gifts overall or by donor and compile expenses for your 990. Windows XP is Ending Microsoft is ending support for Windows XP and Office 2003 in April of 2014. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, assisted support options, or online content updates. If you’re running this older software, stat planning your Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 upgrade now.
  7. 7. NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Enterprise Network Thanks for helping us spread the word and the food, NTEN!
  8. 8. NTEN Community Announcements! • 2013 Tech Staffing Survey – Enter to win a $500 Amazon gift card! Survey results will provide benchmarks and qualitative data about technology decisions and practices among the NTEN Community. http://bit. ly/TechStaffing13 • Upcoming Webinars: www.nten.org/events April 16 - 2014 M+R Nonprofit Benchmarks Survey April 9 - April Town Hall call April 22 – Mobile Citizen: Leaders Leveraging Wireless Internet
  9. 9. NTEN Community Announcements! • Enabling Programs & Results Case Study Campaign: Nonprofits selected to participate in the campaign will receive one free wireless Internet account and modem for one year. Mobile Citizen will work with the nonprofit to document experiences and results over the course of one year. Learn more & apply by April 30: bitly.com/NTENMCcampaign • May 7 - NTEN Lab: Data-Informed Nonprofits in L.A. The NTEN Lab is an in-person, collaborative space for shared learning, and to explore different ways to identify and strategically use your organization’s data. Members save 10% off regular registration rates. http://bit. ly/NTENlabLA
  10. 10. Let’s get on Instagram and win! From April 7 - May 5, upload your Ellen-style selfies (or other Tech Club community shot) to Instagram and tag with "@NTENorg" to get the opportunity to be showcased in the next issue of NTEN: Change AND get entered into a random drawing for $100 extra to spend on club needs. Tech Club Leaders and group members/attendees are all welcome to participate. Let’s blast out the #SFN2 hashtag on these, so they know your pics is a San Francisco one!
  11. 11. Geekdom SF by Rackspace
  12. 12. Geekdom SF by Rackspace Thanks for hosting us Geekdom SF by Rackspace! • Geekdom San Francisco’s mission is to bring great people and like-minded companies together to accelerate their growth. • Their shared workspace provides easy access to: industry connections, mentorship, and events. Come be part of their growing community of developers and startups and build something great here!
  13. 13. Rolling Out Cafe Thanks to Bruno and his staff at Rolling Out Cafe, as always, for the tasty treats! You can find them in Parkside at 1722 Taraval Street, San Francisco and by phone at (415) 513-6054 You can also find them online at http://rollingoutcafe.com/ and on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rolling- Out/296815570365279
  14. 14. Now let’s learn about Bitcoin and social good! Tonight’s event: Let’s Learn About Using Bitcoin for Social Good • Ryan Breslow, the founder of Sites by Hand and a research scientist with the Stanford Bitcoin Group. • Jake Zeller, an entrepreneur and investor working on a project in the Bitcoin space. • Thanks to SFTech4Good member, Melanie Bielefeld, for making the intro