The Filter 3/18/14: Your Weekly Advancement News Roundup

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The Filter is a weekly post made up of the best tech, education, and fundraising conversations that caught our eye in the last seven days.

 

TECH

How much clicking would you do if you had to pay one cent each time? (Forbes)

Airlines use Google Glass to get even more personal (The New York Times)

LinkedIn surpasses 15M users in the UK, including celebrities and millionaires (The Independent)

 

FUNDRAISING

Joe Girard’s sales strategy wins the millennial vote, not Twitter or Facebook (Forbes)

Gamified giving attracts new donors (Fast Company)

Why you need to move to the cloud in 2014 (The Huffington Post)

 

ALUMNI RELATIONS

Rutgers offers novel gift to enhance alumni and student engagement (Rutgers University)

How does your school stack up when it comes to influence? (TIME Magazine)

DePauw launches EverTrue alumni app for smartphones (DePauw University)

 

HAPPY TUESDAY!

The best free 2014 NCAA Tournament Contests (Forbes)

 

We read and scour as much as we can, but if one of your faves didn’t make this week’s list, be sure to let us know in the Comments section below!

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