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5 Google Government Innovation Lab Projects Happening in San Joaquin County

5 Google Government Innovation Lab Projects Happening in San Joaquin County
Details on the project are vague since the county is still awaiting vendor responses to an RFP, but it wouldn't be too hard to envision a message board like Slack that could house shared data, send notifications, and allow teams to chat about …
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KICKING TELEVISION: Network TV Needs A New Model
Sometime in the early aughts, a friend of mine was working for the post office, and in an inspired moment, I suggested that the USPS should offer free @USPS.com email addresses where people could move their traditional postal services to a digital …
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Austin-based Daily Dot takes new approach to covering the Web
Memes, social media, the goings-on of the then-nascent message-board communities on Reddit. But instead of just focusing on the nuts and bolts of the pop Web — popular links, weird trends, funny videos — Daily Dot kept the focus on its citizens …
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Safety projects begin for Monterey County highways

Safety projects begin for Monterey County highways
Electronic message boards will be activated to inform the public about these closures. Motorists can expect delays not to exceed 15 minutes. These surface treatments will reduce the exposure highway workers encounter when performing roadwork near …
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Sony's Attempt to Trademark 'Let's Play' Hits a Snag
… to take over legitimate business by applying for the trademark for the generic phrase that business is called—"let's play" has been used to refer people playing video games in countless message board posts, articles, and videos over at least a …
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Navy Drug Screening Lab maintains warfighter readiness
These results go under a final review by a laboratory certifying official before being sent back to the commands via electronic message. The NDSL Jacksonville employs expert witnesses who testify in administrative boards and courts martial cases. “We …
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Strip club owner, lawyer stomp out of Hall County Board meeting; 'This is the

Strip club owner, lawyer stomp out of Hall County Board meeting; 'This is the
Shane Harrington, a strip club owner, left, and Vince Valentino, an attorney hired to represent Hall County, at a Hall County Board meeting in November about zoning regulations for adult-oriented businesses. Harrington wore a camera on his hat that was …
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Google, Facebook and others 'falling short' on digital privacy
"Even companies in the lead are falling short. Across the board, companies need to improve their commitments to, and disclosures of, policies and practices that affect users' freedom of expression and privacy." Google led the Internet category, with an …
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Road construction projects in Collier County

Road construction projects in Collier County
Electronic message boards, lighted arr ow boards, advance warning signs and barricades will be used to assist motorists traveling through the area. Collier Boulevard between Immokalee Road and Golden Gate Boulevard – On Collier Boulevard between …
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Will this fix the Woodruff Road nightmare?
The holiday traffic plan includes the use of electronic message boards, which will provide motorists with directional cues. Those messages will most likely say, “do not block intersections,” Cooper said. “Truthfully that's one of the biggest problems …
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Piano technician travels to Peru to repair 1872 instrument
It's a black backpack with multiple pouches for his tuning fork, tuning hammer, temperature and humidity sensor, an electronic assistant to help set the temperament accurately and, of course, rubber gloves because you never know when you'll find a dead …
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Blue Frog Books of Howell, MI Wins “Best New Retail Business in Livingston County” in the People’s Choice Awards Held by the Livingston County Press and Argus

Howell, MI (PRWEB) August 21, 2014

The newly opened independent bookstore has made a name for itself by offering different types of events featuring local authors, musicians, poets and photographers. On any given weekend you will be sure to find something to attend at Blue Frog Books. They also offer Story Time for the kids, Writing Workshops for budding authors, thousands of titles in-stock, millions of titles available to special order, and a level of service that is hard for larger retailers to compete with.

Blue Frog Books also offers photographic services including scanning of images from pictures, film, or slides, photo restoration, digital corrective artwork, creative project help, custom design of cards, invitations, collages, and signage, large format printing on canvas, art paper, photo paper and adhesive backed material. Blue Frog gives its customers a place to take their precious images when quality and accountability matter. Another thing the big box stores have forgotten about.

The idea is simple, try to make a place where the customers matter and are a growing part of the equation. Whether it be curating the book selections or bringing in a new sideline or photo service. Owner Penny Coleman has been quoted saying, “It’s a conversation, not just a transaction,” offering a real idea of what you can expect when you walk through the door of the “Best New Retail Business” in Livingston County.    

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NAPW Westchester County Local Chapter Hosts Second Summer Networking Meet & Greet to Welcome Members to Newly Re-launched Chapter

(PRWEB) September 05, 2012

Members and guests of the Westchester Local Chapter gathered on August 16th for a professional networking meeting at Caffé Azzuri. Members and guests enjoyed Happy Hour half-priced drinks and hors d’oeuvres on the restaurant’s lovely outdoor deck. Praised by The New York Times and Westchester Magazine for its outstanding food and warm, casual atmosphere, the restaurant was the perfect venue for the newly re-launched Chapter’s second Meet & Greet of the summer.

Westchester County Chapter President Sara O. Speicher enthusiastically welcomed members, guests, and first-time attendees to the Meet & Greet.

“The Westchester Chapter is consistently adding new members, which is very exciting,” said Sara.

The President restated her vision of the Chapter.

“I would like to focus on building relationships that will advance the Chapter members’ businesses and personal lives,” said Sara.

She also invited all to bring a guest with them to the next meeting, someone they believe would benefit from joining NAPW.

Sara also announced that in future meetings, members would have the chance to be a featured speaker, another way to let other members learn more about what they do. At the Meet & Greet, she collected a business card from each attendee and drew a winning member who would deliver a five-minute presentation of themselves at the next Chapter meeting.

“In the fall, members will get the opportunity to shine as either speakers or panelists ,” promised

Sara.

NAPW Westchester County Local Chapter Vice President Crystal M. Cutler kicked off the Meet & Greet Go-Round portion of the meeting by speaking briefly about herself and her business LegalShield, Inc. To all members and guests who gave Crystal their business cards, Crystal offered them a business listing in LegalShield’s GoSmallBiz.com directory free for one year.

One by one, each member and guest introduced themselves and their businesses to the crowd. Chapter member Cheryl Croce announced her participation in the Alzheimer Association, CT Chapter’s “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” on September 30th, 2012 and asked members to join her team, “Memory Caregivers.” Her goal this year is to surpass her efforts from the past four years by receiving more donations. Please join her team and/or donate directly at http://act.alz.org/goto/CherylCroce. Chapter President Sara concluded the Go-Round portion with a brief introduction of her business, VBM Pro and the benefits the business owners receive from working with a Virtual Business Manager.

Sara reminded Chapter members to update their NAPW Profiles and periodically check their NAPW email inboxes and that they may also find Westchester Local Chapter information on the Westchester County Local Chapter page on the NAPW website and the Chapter Facebook page.

Caffé Azzurri will be the backdrop for the Chapter’s September 27th meeting, as well as for the October meeting, which will feature Chapter member Thelma Jones, MD, FACP (details for the October meeting will be finalized and announced as soon as possible). Meeting invites will be emailed to all members via the Westchester County Chapter email inboxes and will also be posted on the Chapter Bulletin Board and Facebook page.

The following members and guests were present at the August 16th Meet & Greet: Bernice M. Burney, Step Two Haircutting Salon; Carmela Laber, Lamont Digital Systems Inc. , dba Campus Televideo; Cheryl A. Croce, Regency Heights of Stamford, LLC; Crystal M. Cutler, LegalShield, Inc.; Janet Rodriguez, Mary Kay; Jean Swanson, You Can Do It Coach; Kim Johnson, Elan Elite Catering, Mary Kay and Guest of Bernice M Burney; Lynn Buckmeyer, UBS Investment Bank; Natasha Aviles, I Tint NY; Randi Bale, Healthy Organized Living , guest of Sara O. Speicher; Regina Snyder, One to One Business; Rose Cintron, Department of Veterans Affairs, Sara O. Speicher, Virtual Business Manager (VBM Pro); Sheri Gregory, Sheri Gregory, Inc.; Thelma Jones, Options for Wellness; Vera Halpenny,YAI; Virginia Trunkes, SnitowKanferHoltzer&Millus, LLP.

The National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) is the largest and most recognized network of female professionals. NAPW provides a forum where women can interact, exchange ideas, educate, network, and empower. NAPW Local Chapters allow members to maximize their experience through meetings, networking opportunities, and professional events.

For additional information regarding the NAPW Westchester County Local Chapter and/or NAPW, please visit http://www.napw.com.

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The Heart Gallery of Broward County Announces Successful 2013 and New Executive Director

Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) February 28, 2014

The Heart Gallery of Broward is happy to announce there were 25 matches that included 10 finalized adoptions for 2013. One of the programs that had great feedback from the community was the hands-on art class that was combined with a photo shoot. The children enjoyed the entire experience. The Heart Gallery was able to obtain funding to produce electronic kiosks to display the photos of the children with a brief description on each one. These will serve to augment the traditional photo gallery exhibit and will be placed at host sites in high traffic areas to increase the organization’s awareness and mission.

“We are looking forward to an exciting 2014 with the help of our new Executive Director, Yvette DuBose,” Michael Boorom, President of the Heart Gallery commented. “Yvette’s strong background in sales and marketing and over 14 years of experience in architectural specifications in marketing and sales will bring a strong leadership to our overall mission and goals,” he added.

Yvette DuBose also worked 13 years as a board member of the ACTSO Broward and as a mentor to high school students. “My mother was a foster child and she had a positive experience in her foster home and was later adopted at age 16; it changed her life for the better. I truly believe that every child deserves to feel loved and wanted; it is fundamental to the human experience,” stated DuBose.

The Heart Gallery’s initiatives for 2014 are largely our effort to continue to grow and expand our reach through innovative programs and events. The Heart Gallery will be introducing exciting programs throughout the year for the community to learn and get involved with the organization. One of the programs is the “Ask Me Programming.” Through this program the children were asked to tell the organization what it is they wanted to experience. The feedback was great and The Heart Gallery will be implementing as many as possible over the next year. The organization also plans to start a workshop feature to the Ask Me series to teach the children anything from financial awareness to how to tie a tie. To help with all the programs, the Heart Gallery is also launching a capital campaign, Campaign 214 an ongoing fundraiser for the year in which we ask donors to donate and invest in our programs and the children of Broward County.

“We also look forward to working with J. M. Field Marketing who is one of our corporate sponsors and helps us with our marketing efforts to get our message out,” commented Yvette DuBose.

For more information about programs, services and how to donate visit our website http://www.heartgalleryofbroward.org.

About The Heart Gallery of Broward County

The Heart Gallery’s mission is to provide innovative programs that help to promote the adoption and enrichment of Broward’s foster children. It is one of over 100 independent heart galleries across the country. We work closely with ChildNet and the local foster care providers to seek adoptive families and other connections for these children. The first exhibit was introduced in April of 2007.

The Heart Gallery of Broward County is a traveling photography exhibit of foster children who are waiting to be permanently adopted. The Gallery is unique: in concept- it is displayed in many public places just like an art exhibit- and in execution- every photograph is a vibrant composition taken by a professional photographer. Coupled with a bio card that describes each child’s personality and interests, the inner spirits of these unique children are brought to life. The Gallery presents an emotional appeal to the community to help:

    to adopt
    to volunteer
    to donate money or goods

The Heart Gallery provides a solution. It raises awareness of a major need and draws the community together to help solve it.







Coconino County to add electronic cigarettes to existing smoking ban

Coconino County to add electronic cigarettes to existing smoking ban
In 2011, the Board of Supervisors added electronic cigarettes to their existing smoking ban in unincorporated Coconino County. But that message hasn't gotten out everywhere. At the Mountainaire Tavern, an employee contacted Friday by the Daily Sun said …
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More study needed on electronic sign issue
ST. JOSEPH – The growth in the use of electronic message signs has prompted the St. Joseph Township Board to consider amending the sign ordinance. The proposed changes aim to better define what will be allowed, although board members said the …
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Drugstores Play Doctor: Physicals, Flu Diagnosis, and More
At CVS's MinuteClinic, an electronic message board advertises the facility's array of services, most of which cost $ 79 to $ 99. Ear infection or bronchitis? Check. Need a human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination or a physical for the kids heading to camp?
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