Posted by Shirley Brady on March 16, 2011 05:00 PM
In the wake of marshalling its resources to quickly respond to the crisis in Japan, Google for Nonprofits launched today. Currently only for registered US nonprofits, Google's goal is to help charitable organizations more effectively "reach more donors, improve operations and raise awareness for their cause.
In another corner of the Googleplex today, check out what Google's developing to help families.
From instant ordering of items on TV, to downloading coupons on a tablet while the kids play in the park, take a look at how Google envisions how moms are going to be switched on and plugged in. Just keep her off MyFace.com — and invest in Cici's bread crumbs while you can.
And here's another take on the future of shopping theme — from @retailgeek (aka Jason Goldberg) — that references Google's impact on mobile shopping. The following video was produced for the Shop.org summit in September:
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