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John Dukovich, technology developer, chief cook, and bottle washer's observations on the nonprofit technology world.
By John Dukovich on Wednesday, November 09, 2011 12:22 PM

If you have never used Experts Exchange to get your technology questions answered, we highly recommend it. Technology gurus from around the world volunteer their time to answer user questions. Hardware, software, servers, programming, Excel, databases -- anything you can think of is covered.  Experts Exchange is about to lauch Version 10 of its service and we look forward to the enhanced platform that should make finding answers to technology questions even easier.

By John Dukovich on Saturday, April 09, 2011 3:48 PM

 At NTEN’s Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) in mid-March, as usual I came across a few great finds. In this posting, I talk about Tree Saver, Volunteer Rally, Zerista, and using Google Docs for post-conference note exchanges.

By John Dukovich on Thursday, September 09, 2010 7:00 PM

I recently had the opportunity to work with Phil Shapiro on a book review for PC World.  We discussed Spreadsheet Macro Programming by Dr. Mark Alexander Bain.  The book covers's Calc spreadsheet and its macro programming environment. You can listen to our discussion on YouTube. A transcript of our discussion is posted here.


By John Dukovich on Friday, July 30, 2010 2:33 PM

So you get an email message that looks really, really legitimate. There are no typos, the subject matter could easily apply to you or your organization. You check the domain name of the sender's email address and it is a legitimate organization. Do you go ahead and open the attached Word document?  No!  Instead, forward the message to VirusTotal, a free scannign service.

By John Dukovich on Thursday, May 13, 2010 9:31 AM

There is a lot of hype about "the cloud" these days. We have just begun to explore it's potential. The utility of the cloud that attracted us is in the ability for distributed systems to multiply computing power to serve an important cause. Green Moon has signed up on a trial basis to participate in Stanford University's Folding@Home protein research project.

By John Dukovich on Thursday, April 22, 2010 7:00 PM

As a follow-up to our participation in the Day of Service at the 2010 Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC), I am posting an excerpt of our slide presentation. Our project was to work with an Atlanta-based nonprofit organization and identify technologies and strategies for them to begin receiving online donations. The crux of our presentation was focused on donation systems that we felt were the right fit for the specific organization we were helping. The part of our presentation that was focused on marketing donation systems is posted on Slide Share where you can view it. 

By John Dukovich on Tuesday, September 15, 2009 1:09 PM

Tronn Carson was a friend and an invaluable contributor to Green Moon Solutions. It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to him and extend our sympathies to his family. 

By John Dukovich on Saturday, April 25, 2009 6:50 PM
I was recently asked to provide a summary of online file sharing tools. I thought I'd post that summary here. I touched on some of these tools in a previous blog about collaboration, but I will describe more resources here. I have listed the tools in two categories: web-based and desktop-based. Web-basedBasecamp (Milestones, To-Do Lists, File Repository): www.basecamphq.comProject Spaces (Document library/version control, task lists, calendar): www.projectspaces.comBox (Workspaces, document sharing/version history, document commenting): (a free service up to 100 MB, private shared spaces): drop.ioFiles Anywhere (Synchronization, version control): www.filesanywhere.comiCloud  (store, organize, open,...
By John Dukovich on Monday, March 30, 2009 9:13 AM
Many Windows computers are believed to be infected by the "Conficker" worm virus. The worm is due to activate on April 1st, 2009. No one seems to know exactly what it will do. However, its ability to duplicate itself and avoid detection has many security experts worried. You can read more about it here and here and here.It is pretty easy to protect yourself against it.First, make sure you have installed Windows updates and patches: (you must access this site by using Internet Explorer).Second, make sure your antivirus program is updated.Third, if you cannot reach both of the following pages from your browser, you...
By John Dukovich on Friday, February 27, 2009 7:00 PM
I only recently heard of PowerShift because a friend of mine was involved in it and he thought I should go. On first glance at the information posted on the event website, I wondered why -- the event was geared toward high school and college aged environmental activists. Now, I consider myself an environmentalist, but it seemed like I would be out of place at the conference.However, as I looked through the many workshops and panel discussions, I realized that I could learn a lot by attending. Young adults are very technologically savvy and they are now driving changes in how the Internet is being used. I thought that surrounded by 12,000 enthusiastic, smart, young people, it was quite likely that I would hear or see something that would benefit my work and the work of other non-profit organizations.So, are there any breakthrough technologies that these young people are using that we don't know about? No. However, what I did find is that they seem to...
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