Better Giving Through Technology

27 12 2015

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Patrick Coleman serves as president and chief executive officer of Coleman Group Consulting, which focuses on increasing the financial health and performance of client organizations through strategic sourcing. As an extension of this work with clients in the nonprofit sector, Patrick and his team developed GiveCentral, a web-based donation platform designed to improve fundraising efforts by making it easier for donors to give, for nonprofits to connect with donors and for administrators to efficiently manage it all. His diverse educational pursuits include a Master of Management Degree from Northwestern University; a Master of Divinity and Baccalaureate in sacred theology from University of St. Mary of the Lake, and a B.S. in foreign service from Georgetown University.

Week In Review


  1. Schumer calls for probe of infrastructure computer breaches
  2. Gonzalez: Big school contract revealed, spurring NYC to seek new deal that saves millions
  3. Yahoo will now tell you if your account is attacked by government hackers
  4. No more passwords! Google trials system that lets you use settings on your PHONE to log into accounts
  5. YOUTUBE ACCUSES T-MOBILE OF DEGRADING QUALITY OF ITS VIDEOS
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Computer Refurbishing and Recycling

20 12 2015

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CPCUG’s Project Reboot in Rockville Maryland has been making refurbished computers available to the poor and disabled n the Washington DC area since 1997. Their volunteers have refurbished more than 14,000 computers over the years. They refurbished 1500 computers last year.

Longtime President of the Capital PC User Group (CPCUG) and Director of CPCUG’s Project Reboot computer recycling program.
Retired after more than 35 years in the computer industry as a programmer, data center manager and IT architect.

Week In Review


  1. De Blasio touts progress on OneNYC
  2. The NY attorney general is crowdsourcing speed tests to see if Verizon is scamming customers
  3. Microsoft opens NY studio to showcase HoloLens headset
  4. Hospitals Aren’t the Only Ones Bleeding Stolen Health Records
  5. Microsoft delves deeper into Android with directory app for its own apps




Tech Gadgets for the Holidays 2015

6 12 2015

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Week In Review


  1. This NYC Startup Just Launched To Help You Reach Fans
  2. Quadjobs finds college students to do all your holiday labor
  3. Google-style perks lure millennial workers to Long Island
  4. U.K. Seizes More Than 15,000 Hoverboards at Border Over Fire Risk
  5. Where’s your Uber? New color coding will help you find the right car