Enter the NetSquared Mashup Challenge

I’ve volunteered to be an advocate for the NetSquared Mashup Challenge. It is time to SPREAD THE WORD to all my non profit friends! Here’s the scoop:

Mashup innovators and inventors! Now is your chance to create social change with your unique mashup idea, and have an opportunity to win cash prizes and attend the NetSquared Conference (N2Y3).

The NetSquared Mashup Challenge Project Submission Form for the NetSquared Mashup Challenge is up. Submissions will be accepted until March 14, 2008 at 5 PM PST.

Before you fill out the submission form, we highly recommend that you:

1. Register and log into NetSquared.org. You must be logged into NetSquared.org in order to submit a project to the NetSquared Mashup Challenge, and to edit your mashup project page once it is submitted.

2. Review the NetSquared Mashup Challenge FAQs and the NetSquared Mashup Challenge Community Guidelines.

Questions? Join the Mashup Challenge Live Chat today from 2-3 PM PST at http://www.netsquared.org/mashup/chat. Billy Bicket and Marnie Webb of the NetSquared Team will be onlihe to answer your questions. You can also email us at net2@techsoup.org

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2 thoughts on “Enter the NetSquared Mashup Challenge”

  1. Hi Nancy,

    I saw that you were writing about the Netsquared Mashup challenge and I wanted to share a little bit about our Mashup Challenge entry: Assetmap.org/uganda. You can read more at http://www.assetmap.org/uganda

    The question behind the project is this: with peace on the horizon after 20 years of war in northern Uganda, and the big NGOs soon heading off to other war zones, who is going to support community organizations and northern Ugandan civil society as it transitions to peace time?

    By mapping information about ongoing community-led philanthropic partnerships in northern Uganda, assetmap.org/uganda helps American citizens aggregate their resources to support post-conflict transformation.

    We hope to facilitate collaboration among American donors and volunteers by providing a digital tool that:

    •maps project locations so you know who’s working where
    •tags information about the specific issues projects and organizations seek to address
    •links tagged and mapped projects to the facebook and LinkedIn profiles of participating donors or volunteers

    If you’re interested in supporting us, please visit and vote for us here:


    Nathaniel Whittemore
    Director, Northwestern University Center for Global Engagement
    globalengagement at gmail

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