The Filter 3/25/14: Your Weekly Advancement News Roundup

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

 

TECH

Facebook introduces ‘Hack,’ the programming language of the future (Wired)

LinkedIn is moving in on traditional publishers (The Independent)

Facebook’s ongoing AI research leads to facial recognition software as accurate as the human eye (New York Daily News)

 

FUNDRAISING

The CRM of the future will take the pain out of fundraising (EverTrue)

Giving continues its upward trend (The NonProfit Times)

Inaugural nonprofit cohort graduates from Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Small Businesses program (Bloomberg)

 

ALUMNI RELATIONS

A puppy takes over Ithica College’s Instagram with incredible results (CASE)

5 ways to get more users on your EverTrue app this reunion season (EverTrue)

3 tools that make measuring Facebook even easier (Razor Social)

 

HAPPY TUESDAY!

EverTrue: Building relationships, mobile software, and now office space (VentureFizz)

 

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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