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Twitter dives into social-media fueled shopping with a "Buy" button that lets consumers purchase goods without leaving its site.
Now that Twitter and Facebook are saturated with nonprofits, having a social-network presence isn't enough. Meet the newest tactic: the personal campaign.
As schools gear up to start a new academic year, the intersection of online media and the education industry is more complicated than ever--even the once-verboten Wikipedia is on the table.
In an exclusive interview with CNET's Ina Fried, the Microsoft chairman and philanthropist talks about his dual passions--software and saving lives--and what he's up to on both fronts.
If you're in the mood to give a little something back this holiday season, you can do it with some social-donation sites. We take a look at some of those in this roundup.
DonorsChoose.org connects teachers and citizen philanthropists through its site. The program has just gone national to include every public school in the U.S.