The IRS Moves One (Tiny) Step Closer To Open Source 990 Data

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The 6/30/2015 edition of The Chronicle Of Philanthropy has an article by Suzanne Perry (h/t Joe Patti) that reports on the legal battle over making Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 990 filings available in “machine-readable format.” Granted, that phrase covers a lot of ground so don’t expect the final result to measure up to open data standards but at least this is a step in the right direction, even if it …

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Some Good Thinking On How To Present Sensory Friendly Events

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When it comes to performing arts and inclusion, one of the more recent issues is introducing elements related to structuring events around attendees with disabilities or developmental differences, especially families with Autistic members. To that end, Sarah Marczynski published a wonderfully informative article at ArtsHacker.com on 7/1/2015 about that very topic that does an excellent job at walking you though the topic if its new to you then diving into a …

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Introducing Venture Arts Incubator

I’m very pleased to announce the official launch of Venture Arts Incubator (VAI), an incubator exclusively for businesses that cater to the arts field. VAI’s Success Is Measured By Participant’s Success Far too often good business ideas die early deaths due to a lack of resources and support during critical startup and stabilization phases and business plans end up looking like this: Step 1: create business Step 2: ?????????????? Step 3: …

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