Pen.io Publishes Simple Web Pages, No Account Necessary

Pen.io Publishes Simple Web Pages, No Account Necessary

Pen.io Publishes Simple Web Pages, No Account Necessary

Web: Want to quickly create a good-looking web page without starting a new account? Pen.io is a fast and free way to do just that.P

There are lots of reasons you might want a temporary web page whose URL you can share with anyone. Maybe you want to create a resume, perhaps pen an anonymous open letter, write details about an event that your friends can see, or anything else. Pen.io makes it happen.P

Choose a URL that no one has claimed, add a password, and start writing. You can also drag-and-drop images from your hard drive. Quick and easy! However, the lack of easy formatting tools does make it difficult to get the post to look exactly how you want it.P

5 of the Top 10 Fastest Growing Companies in Atlanta are Tech Firms

David Cummings on Startups

Last week the Atlanta Business Chronicle published a list of the 100 fastest growing companies in Metro Atlanta for 2014. Not surprisingly, half of the top 10 companies are technology firms including three of the top four slots. Tech companies are a shining star in the Atlanta economy and more city leaders are paying attention to the importance of startups and entrepreneurs as job creators.

Here are the top five fastest growing tech companies in Atlanta:

  • #1 Cloud Sherpas – Migrates Microsoft Exchange to Google Apps as well as consulting for other cloud services
  • #3 Cardlytics – Advertising platform that anonymizes bank data and shows targeted offers
  • #4 Commissions Inc – Real estate brokerage and contact management platform
  • #6 Kabbage – Lending platform for small businesses using alternative data sources to determine creditworthiness
  • #10 CallRail – Phone call tracking, recording, and analytics

Congratulations to all of the top 100…

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You aren’t anonymous on the internet

The Inevitable Future

After sharing my first post I’ve gotten some really great feedback from friends and family. I’d like to thank those of you that have been so supportive. It’s no secret that I’m shy and aren’t exceptionally comfortable with putting myself out there. This was a big step and I knew it would open up a can of worms to cyberbullying. Typically I’d just ignore it, but said user commented again after I didn’t respond and trash talked my boyfriend. While he’s more than capable of defending himself, he doesn’t blog and has no interest in the blogger sphere. As stated in a previous post, I will always stand up for the people I love. I’d hate to be a hypocrite like “LiarLiar14” said. And yes this is ironic since I’m now using them as an example. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to show how to apply one of those…

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Accused of Smoking Crack

This is silly… EPH

NewsFeed

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has been criticized in the past for his indelicate behavior, and now, he’s facing questions about whether or not he smoked crack, after reporters at Gawker and the Toronto Star insist that they’ve seen video proof. According to a report from the Star:

[The video] appears to show Ford in a room, sitting in a chair, wearing a white shirt, top buttons open, inhaling from what appears to be a glass crack pipe. Ford is incoherent, trading jibes with an off-camera speaker who goads the clearly impaired mayor by raising topics including Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and the Don Bosco high school football team Ford coaches.

The conservative mayor dismissed the allegations, deeming them “ridiculous” and “absolutely not true.” He declined to comment further.

(VIDEO: Canadian Parliament Debates Zombie Invasion)

So far, there’s been no way to verify the authenticity of the video. Gawker editor…

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And the World’s Most Educated Country Is…

NewsFeed

With spiking tuition costs, insurmountable loan balances, and the unemployment rate for recent college graduates hovering around 53%, it’s clear that a college education hasn’t gotten the best rap lately. Despite the ongoing financial woes across the globe, though, many think that college is still worth the investment. A new study shows that we’ve continued to flock to institutions of higher learning, enrolling at record rates over the past few years. Not surprisingly, the percentage of adults with degrees soared highest in developed nations, reaching 30% in 2010. But which of these nations can boast the status of most educated?

(MORE: Where Are America’s Most Well-Read Cities?)

Based on a study conducted by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 24/7 Wall St. compiled a list of the 10 countries with the highest proportion of college-educated adult residents. Topping the charts is Canada — the only nation…

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Inside The Disney World Line-Skipping Allegations: ‘How The 1% Does Disney’

NewsFeed

Are rich parents cutting the queue at Disney World by paying disabled tour guides to pose as family members? That’s the allegation that social anthropologist Dr. Wednesday Martin made to the New York Post after discovering the practice while conducting research for her upcoming book, Primates of Park Avenue.

To accommodate disabled visitors, Disney theme parks allow each guest in a wheelchair or motorized scooter to bring up to six guests to a “more convenient entrance.” The line at these entrances is traditionally much shorter, which is why allegedly some parents are willing to shell out big bucks to hire disabled tour guides who can usher them past the line to the special ride entrance. The Post anonymously quoted one mother as saying, “My daughter waited one minute to get on ‘It’s a Small World’ — the other kids had to wait 2 1/2 hours. You can’t go to Disney…

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Hard Choices Angelina Jolie Faces About Testing Her Kids for Breast Cancer Genes

Reblogged by The Legal Standard on 5/18/13.

Health & Family

Most women who get breast cancer each year have no family history, but Angelina Jolie’s story was different. Her mom died at age 56 of ovarian cancer, a related disease.

Doing her best to make sure that her own six kids don’t lose their mother to breast cancer motivated Jolie to have a preventive double mastectomy, a process she revealed in a bold and candid op-ed in Tuesday’s New York Times.

We often speak of “Mommy’s mommy,” and I find myself trying to explain the illness that took her away from us. They have asked if the same could happen to me. I have always told them not to worry, but the truth is I carry a “faulty” gene, BRCA1, which sharply increases my risk of developing breast cancer and ovarian cancer.

As a BRCA1 carrier, Jolie stands a 50% chance of having passed the faulty gene…

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