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Tales of Telecommuting: What was the first week like?

This is me, Willow

This January, Aspiration embarked on a telecommuting adventure by hiring a team member stationed on the East Coast. That remote person is me! I’m Willow Brugh, your friendly new Community Leadership Strategist, brought on board to continue work with the digital response community, social justice affects on complex systems, and to document processes (sometimes with stick figures!).

Ah, that first-day feeling. The slight nerves from infinite possibilities and having no idea what is going on. Being surrounded by new people, new sounds...

Come to our holiday party!

Come celebrate the holidays with us at our home in the S.F. Mission district. We will be in the company of our awesome office mates from The Ruckus Society, Upwell, and Open WhisperSystems. We would love to see you there!

Making the 2014 Aspiration t-shirt

In November, we excitedly debuted our latest Aspiration t-shirt at the Nonprofit Software Development Summit. This time around, we stepped away from our musical homages to honor places that we have been given the opportunity to work in.

Here's what emerged from a sea of drawing boards:

Our 2014 t-shirt design Dirk and Lena at Dev Summit

ArtSpark's coming to #NpDev!

We are looking forward to learning from ArtSpark at our Nonprofit Software Development Summit in Oakland next week, an organization working at the intersection of art and technology. In Aspiration land, we're huge fans of helping folks practice their passions in sustainable ways. So before we dive into #npdev, we want to introduce you to a group we've been collaborating with from California to New Mexico since 2010.

Student capacity builders coming to NpDev Summit!

We're excited to have folks from UC Santa Cruz's Everett Program bringing love and fresh perspectives to our Nonprofit Software Development Summit in Oakland this month.

Twenty tactics for creating engaging online content

(note: this is a repost from the Social Source Commons blog.)

Do you ever find yourself asking "What's the point of it all?" when creating content for the vast universe of the web? Don't let your content fizzle out. Instead, consider using engagement asks to get your audience involved in the work you're writing about.

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