Time To Get Your GDPR On

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On May 25, 2018, the European Union’s (EU) new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulations related to personal data collection will go into effect.  A quick google search will produce a wide range of sources capable of providing an overview but in a nutshell, it means that if your organization processes personal data of EU citizens, you must comply with required consent measures. If your organization collects and stores user EU …

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What Are Your Go-To Grant Resources?

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I published an article at ArtsHacker that highlighted the Artwork Archive’s Complete Guide To 2018 Grants and Opportunities resource. Having something focused exclusively toward individual artists was something that felt very unique and it got me wondering about similar resources for individual artists or chamber groups. To that end, I’m curious to learn more about any resources you’re aware of and why you find them useful. Take a moment to point …

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Time To Downsize


I recently published the latest installment in my ArtsHacker series about what you can do to combat post net neutrality slowdowns. This is the first article that takes a deep dive into some of the meatier tasks, but don’t let that dissuade you. Some of the tools covered are super user friendly regardless your skill level so even if you don’t know HTTP requests from a hole in the ground, I …

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#TBT Three Years Of Hacking Arts Management


Recently, I published ArtsHackier’s 2017 Year In Review article and much like the previous two years, the site continues to enjoy steady growth and engagement. But the post made me think back to some of the posts here at Adaptistration where the site began as an idea then grew into a series of bigger and better offerings. Isn’t It About Time For an Arts Admin Version of Lifehacker? It’s Official: #ClickClickDone …

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Step Three In Preparing For Post Net Neutrality Slowdowns Is Database Optimization


As expected, the Federal Communications Commission voted to eliminate net neutrality by a partisan line 3-2 vote. The FCC live streamed the hearing and if you didn’t get an opportunity to listen, commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel (who voted against the measure to protect net neutrality) made certain to mention how much nonprofits and individual creators stand to suffer. On another hopeful note, a series of state attorney generals, such as New York’s Eric Schneiderman, …

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