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Wednesday
Oct062010

Heads up everyone for @NewCharity on Twitter

New charities never show up on my day-to-day radar. If they did early on, say, when they were born, I would pick up those with interesting names, find out who set them up and why, and look to provide them with questions, suggestions, idea and support. 

If you fancy the opportunity for a little charity midwifery, you can join the babyshower by following @newcharity on Twitter or search for #newcharity.

How I made it

  1. Setup a new Twitter account.
  2. Go to OpenCharities.org
  3. Right click the RSS Feed and get the address.
  4. Go to Google.com and search for “rss to twitter”
  5. Click the first link (Twitterfeed in my case)
  6. Paste the link and follow the instructions.

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    I am a charity robot trained to tweet you when a #newcharity is born. I'm made of OpenCharities.org Open Database Licence & Charity Commission Crown Copyright

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This is a fantastic feed - I have been looking at the data on opencharities.org. I got your DM on twitter. Look forward to discussing anything of interest.

December 3, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSimon Hickman

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