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Jon Stahl | Engagement organizing, movement building, politics, philanthropy. And stuff. - I’m really excited to share the news that, as of July 25, I'm joining Salesforce.org as a product manager on their enterprise systems team. I’ll be joining an

  • http://jstahl.org/about-me/ About Me | Jon Stahl - I get excited about philanthropy, engagement organizing, collaboration, open source, effective leadership and good writing. My LinkedIn profile is here.
  • http://jstahl.org/archives/2015/08/25/21-tips-for-leading-and-managing/ 21 Tips for Leading and Managing | Jon Stahl - Delegate projects, not tasks. Let go. Check in. Ask questions. If you don't get the right answers, ask more questions. Offer help. If you do this gently, it's
  • http://jstahl.org/archives/2014/11/11/32-theses-about-nonprofit-compensation/ 32 Theses About Nonprofit Compensation | Jon Stahl - Nonprofit work is hard work. It is complex, adaptive work where the answers are not known in advance -- we have to invent them as we go. Most nonprofits are
  • http://jstahl.org/archives/2014/10/11/the-original-sin-of-nonprofit-capacity-builders/ The original sin of nonprofit capacity builders | Jon Stahl - Back in 2011, a few weeks before I left Groundwire (R.I.P.), I was at a nonprofit conference down in southern Oregon. I was delighted to run into Dianne Russell
  • http://jstahl.org/archives/2014/07/02/nonprofit-tech-skills/ What tech skills should mission-driven nonprofits expect all of their employees to master? | Jon Stahl - What tech skills should mission-driven nonprofits expect all of their employees to master? I’m not talking about what we should expect the “digital” people
  • http://jstahl.org/2806 “Engagement Organizing” is live! | Jon Stahl - I'm pleased to announce the release of "Engagement Organizing," a short whitepaper about the culture and technology of building power for social change in a
  • http://jstahl.org/archives/2010/10/04/on-buildings-balance-and-advocacy-campaigns/ On Buildings, Balance and Advocacy Campaigns | Jon Stahl - My wife Molly works for a big-time international multidisciplinary buildings engineering firm. Over the dinner table, I've learned a bit about how big
  • http://jstahl.org/archives/2007/09/20/nonprofits-open-source-and-leadership-onenorthwest-and-the-plone-community/ Nonprofits, Open Source and Leadership: ONE/Northwest and the Plone Community | Jon Stahl - My colleagues and I at ONE/Northwest have been spending a lot of time engaging with an Open Source software development community (the folks who make Plone)
  • http://jstahl.org/archives/2006/02/27/single-stacks-or-network-centric-web-services/ Single Stacks, or Network-Centric Web Services? | Jon Stahl - Reading Zack Rosen's assertion that building applications inside Drupal-the-framework makes more sense than loose integration of complementary applications
  • http://jstahl.org/archives/2006/11/15/sprint-wisdom/ Sprint Wisdom | Jon Stahl - Every once in a while, if you're lucky, you get to be part of an event that *seems* simple, but isn't. An event that appears effortless, but is in fact based
  • http://jstahl.org/archives/2006/11/15/squeezebox/ Squeezebox | Jon Stahl - Just about two months ago I took the plunge, bought a SlimDevices Squeezebox network music player and finally committed to digitizing my music collection.
  • http://jstahl.org/archives/2015/12/27/three-modes-of-movement-thinking/ Three modes of movement thinking | Jon Stahl - Mode 1: Advocates for different issues don’t perceive their issues as connected and interdependent. Attention and resources are finite, and allocation is a zero
  • http://jstahl.org/archives/2015/09/18/essential-firefox-add-ons-for-privacy-security/ Essential Firefox Add-ons for Privacy + Security | Jon Stahl - Here are my must-have Firefox extensions. Most are aimed at blocking ads, minimizing tracking and making the web faster. If you don't have these installed, give

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  • k.c. l. mom of 11 - Great dog house great price

    When assembled correctly it is plenty sturdy. It did take 2 of us to snap the roof together so each could hold one side to line the opposite ends in alignment. I ordered this thinking it would be cozy but it is actually quite spacious. it looks nice on my deck. Our dog is a house dog but we wanted it in case he is out and it rains unexpectedly

  • Pete - Slippery mat

    Disappointed with this mat. I was expecting much more "stickiness" from a yoga mat. It is really no different than a workout mat I already have. If my hands are anything but completely dry, they slip in downward dog. Since I already had the workout mat, this was a waste of my money.

  • OldManPhoto - Great for Fish and Vegetables

    This is a hard to find item and it is perfect for any kind of fish or vegetables! At one time this could be bought in stores on the west coast, but now here in Colorado, it can not be found. Giving away 4 of the 6 bottles to friends.

  • IWonder - Just okay

    I would rate this product as just okay. It's kind of cheaply made. But it works better than the hammer I've been using to slice my bananas.

  • crossfit girl - I love this stuff!

    I have been taking realdose for 1 1/2 months and I can honestly say that I LOVE THIS STUFF AND IT WORKS. Everybody has different body chemistries, so what works for some people may not work for others. It is about genetics too. All I can say is that if you plan on making a lifestyle change, like eating healthy (following Steve fat loss program) and take the pills and exercise, it should work. It may just be a slower process for you than other people. When I started to take realdose I did not see a big difference right away, not until my second bottle and I started to follow his fat loss plan, is when I saw a HUGE difference. I was already eating healthy and working out before taking realdose and I was not losing any weight, but I was combining my foods and fruits all wrong and I would eat a smoothie every morning, but you have to make sure that you are only using fruits that are not high in sugar, like blueberries, strawberries, pomegrante, cherries, grapefruits these are the best fruits for smoothies but you can't over do it either. Once I started to just read his plan and just stick to it like my Bible, my body only craved the good foods that is on his plan. I am so happy that I made a decision to take realdose and to take the power back over my body, now I know what I am putting into my body everyday and that make me feel better. I LOVE THIS STUFF!!!

  • Jennifer V. - what a great idea!

    This is GREAT! My daughter loves to take selfies and sometimes you just need some light to take a better picture. This is a great idea and it works!

  • R. Borja - Bogus - this is the same as the FREE version

    You are not getting Strunk & White's The Elements of Style. You are merely getting the 1919 version of The Elements of Style -- before E.B. White improved it. And who the heck is William Strunk, Jr.? That is an ingenuous claim. Strunk's son did not edit nor annotate The Elements of Style.

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