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Craigslist Foundation podcasts launchedEdit

Van jones
Audio recordings of the Craigslist Foundation Non-profit Boot Camp are now available. The foundation launched the series with a recording of the morning keynote by Van Jones, Executive Director of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights. The Boot Camp workshops are broadcast on the Conversations Network through the support of the Community Technology Foundation of California.

Craigslist event out to help those who want to helpEdit

On Saturday, the Craigslist Foundation sponsored its third Bay Area non-profit "Boot Camp" at the University of California-Berkeley, an all-day extravaganza of technology tips, legal advice and "big ideas". Mercury News

Green tech's growthEdit

Marauding venture capitalists in Silicon Valley regularly anoint a new hot technology, and this year the winner is clean, or "green", technology. Draper Fisher Jurvetson unveiled a record-breaking $285 million venture "affiliate" fund to pour into clean technology.

With hire, charity sets courseEdit

The Silicon Valley Community Foundation introduced its first ceo, signaling the bold direction that the fledgling philanthropy giant is expected to take. Mercury News

Foundations mergeEdit

Two Bay Area groups agree to merge, creating one of the country's largest community foundations. Mercury News

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