That's a video blog post I did to demonstrate how a simple technique for creating effective videos using your cell phone or digital camera and placing it one the web, in this example, on YouTube. (While the workshop wasn't a handson video workshop, I did something along those lines in Cambodia - the curriculum is here.)
Danielle really expresses the dilemma that I find myself in more and more - how do you straddle the line between an advocate for nonprofits to incorporate social media and throwing some cold water ... That is, it takes more than just throwing up a blog or myspace profile or start twittering to make this work. Also, there may be other priorities to focus on rather than incorporating social media.
Many folks at the workshop wanted access to copies of the slides. They are here and you can download the pdf. What I am finding is that workshop participants need slides with information that can help explain all this to their executive directors and help initiative a conversation. I have a Facebook album with lots of screen captures that might be useful or my social media snack facts screen captures in Flickr.
The report out notes from the small group work is here.