Creating a $30 portable brain recorder – CNBC.com

Creating a $30 portable brain recorder
CNBC.com
Affordable brain-recording units have wide-reaching applications for high-impact sports, the military and hands-on science education in classrooms.

Bill Palladino – MLUI‘s insight:

Portable EEG’s that promise to tell us how our brains work while we’re doing what we’re doing.

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The Best Way to Research Your Competitors

If you’re losing business to a competitor there’s a good chance they’re winning through the things they do during and after the sale is made. (The Best Way to Research Your Competitors.

Bill Palladino – MLUI‘s insight:

And as a follow-up to my last post about competition in the nonprofit world, here’s some insight in how to deal with your competitors once you admit you actually have them.

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Who shares your nonprofit pond?

In the nonprofit world it can be uncomfortable to think about the question “Who are your competitors?” After all, nonprofits exist to make a positive impact, not to compete for a slice of market share.

Bill Palladino – MLUI‘s insight:

Indeed.  In my efforts over the years to get nonprofit clients to think of themeselves more like businesses, the question of competition always gets a sideways head-shake.  “Huh?”  is the typical response.  “But we don’t have competitors.”  Not really.  We all compete for a shrinking pool (or pond) of funding. It’d be good to wake up to that fact.

See on www.bigducknyc.com

The elusive neuroscience of creativity

RT @TheSchoolOfLife: Dr Ben Martynoga on the science behind the moment of creative insight http://t.co/mrFEAcqBDR

Bill Palladino – MLUI‘s insight:

The Rumble in the Jungle was an epic battle and it’s burned into my childhood memory. I’ve always loved Ali’s independence. So having this story as the hook for learning about our own creative minds helps to draw me in. Though I think I’m still waiting for the dew-drenched Zaire moment myself.

See on www.theschooloflife.com

Nation’s first non-profit supermarket coming to Chester – 6abc.com

6abc.com
Nation’s first non-profit supermarket coming to Chester
6abc.com
The store is also the first to be owned and operated by Philabundance, making it a non-profit store, meaning lower prices.

Bill Palladino – MLUI‘s insight:

I’m fascinated by this, and will be keeping tabs on it. What are your thoughts on a nonprofit approach to selling food?

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Nonprofit Communications Strategy: Who’s your audience? – Communicate and Howe!

A guide to determine and describe the key audiences for a nonprofit communications strategy including key audiences and using personas. (RT @DennisFischman: RT @Communic8nHowe #Nonprofit Communications Strategy: Who’s your audience?

Bill Palladino – MLUI‘s insight:

“Who let the marketing out? Who, who, who?”  I like this blog.  It’s a professional’s look at the world of nonprofit communications, cutting right to the chase and using real-world examples.

See on www.communicateandhowe.com