David Weinberger's status as our foremost (and funniest!) interpreter of technology's impact on business and society continues to grow. He has been called a "marketing guru” by the Wall Street Journal, he is co-author of the influential bestseller The Cluetrain Manifesto (1999), and author of the critically acclaimed book Small Pieces Loosely Joined (2002), a highly original and accessible reflection on the human impact of the internet. His new book, Everything Is Miscellaneous: The Power of the New Digital Disorder will appear in spring, 2007 from Times Books. One of the connected economy’s most thought-provoking mavericks, David is a fellow at Harvard’s prestigious Berkman Center, a former philosophy professor, gag writer for Woody Allen, NPR commentator, technology columnist, weblogging pioneer, and a dot com entrepreneur. A dynamic and witty speaker, he has received widespread acclaim for captivating presentations to such companies as IBM, Yahoo, Microsoft, and Disney.
NTEN is a membership organization of nonprofit technology and program staff and technology providers. Our members share a common goal of helping nonprofits use all aspects of technology more effectively.We believe that technology allows nonprofits to work with greater social impact. Our goal is to enable our members to do their jobs better, and to help their organizations strategically use technology so that they, in turn, will make the world a better, just, and equitable place.NTEN facilitates the exchange of knowledge and information within our community. We connect our members to each other, provide professional development opportunities, educate our constituency on issues of technology use in nonprofits, and spearhead research, advocacy, and education on technology issues affecting our entire community.