Flexible open-source content management and blogging software with an active user and developer community and a wide variety of plug-ins or extensions available.
Very extensible CMS platform based on PHP and used by many NGOs - "Community Plumbing"
Firefox is the popular open source web browser from Mozilla
A presentation tool which is part of the Microsoft Office software suite.
Free/cheap Internet telephony and handy IM tool.
Web based social bookmarking lets you share online finds and discover new ones. Ground zero for tagging.
Full-featured open source office productivity suite, featuring word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, drawing and database packages; free MS Office replacement.
Web-based project management tool
Multi-platform for viewing PDF (Portable Document Format) documents
Web based photo sharing service
Powerful but expensive digital image manipulation package.
Hosted online surveys
Upload up to 100MB videos and embed them in your sites. Now with dedicated channels for nonprofits.
Wikipedia is a global and multilingual Web-based cooperative free-content encyclopedia.
Social networking for non-social purposes with a focus on professional development, networking for jobs and problem solving through the expertise of those in your extended network.
Gmail is a web-based email with very user-friendly interface and huge storage capacity
Google is the quintessential search engine.
The Social Source Commons is a “knowledge commons” that provides users with: a directory of software applications; links to relevant documentation, localization tools, services, user reviews; and a place to request tools/features.
A project of Aspiration
Supported by the Open Society Institute Information Program
History and Appreciations
Engineering by Brattleboro Tech Collective
Design by Quilted