Information on broadband use, access, and trends especially in rural Minnesota. Sponsored by the Blandin Foundation and their Broadband Initiative.
Do group editing without cumbersome revision marks.
Post and share presentations.
A free conference-call service that also offers meeting recording and transcription.
Suggest up to twelve meeting times and select the best time for your Broadband Task Force Meeting.
Quickly generates surveys
Today, FaceBook is the preeminent social-networking tool not only for individuals but for organizations. It’s a useful place to post a mission, photographs, and video and audio clips and to gather feedback and stories from visitors.
For those who prefer to “tweet” using 140-character messages or less, it’s easy to set up an account and begin attracting followers by finding following others in the community.
Blogging is an easy way to provide updates, generate an archive and timeline around your effort, and attract comments and questions.
Ning is a popular online discussion board that makes it easy to create a “community of interest” that generates an archive of resources and comments. For broadband community meeting facilitators, fielding questions generated by participants is a good way to sharpen your skills.