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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Jonathan Koles Wins Justice For Slain Inmate’s Family In Hudson County

$407,500 FOR INMATE’S DEATH

Santiago v. Hudson County; A Philadelphia woman accepted $407,500 in her suit over her daughter’s death while an inmate at the Hudson County Correctional Facility in Kearny.

Luz Mendoza Santiago claimed in her federal ImageImageImagesuit filed in Trenton that her daughter, Joanne Figueroa, began vomiting blood on July 8, 2008, and that prison medical personnel failed to detect or diagnose an aorta esophageal fistula.

Figueroa bled to death the next day. Santiago contended that a timely diagnosis would have prevented Figueroa’s medical deterioration and death.

Santiago sued Hudson County, its correctional facility, Warden Oscar Aviles, corrections officer Lashaundra Gibson O’Neill, Prison Health Services Inc. and Correctional Health Services, alleging negligence, medical malpractice, civil rights violations and wrongful death.

The suit also sought survivorship death damages on behalf of Figueroa’s five children, three of whom were last known to be living in Philadelphia and two of whom were infants in Costa Rica.

The defendants denied the allegations.

Hudson County paid $400,000 of the settlement, reached on Oct. 5, and Correctional Health Services and Prison Health Services, Inc. the remaining $7,500.

Figueroa’s children and her mother were paid a total of $255,469 and plaintiff’s counsel $152,030 in attorney’s fees and expenses.

Jonathan Koles of Koles, Burke & Bustillo in Jersey City represented the plaintiff.

John Dineen of Netchert, Dineen &Hillmann in Closter represented Hudson County, its correctional facility, Aviles and O’Niell.  Stephen Siegrist of O’Connor Kimball in Cherry Hill, represented Correctional Health Services and Prison Health Services, Inc.

 
 
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How the IRS is killing nonprofit media

The Legal Standard recommends…

Media Nation

This article appeared earlier at The Huffington Post.

Outrage over the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of Tea Party and other right-wing groups continues to boil — yet a potentially more consequential IRS practice has scarcely gained any attention.

Over the past few years the IRS has virtually stopped approving 501(c)(3) status for nonprofit news organizations. Given the well-documented decline of traditional for-profit newspapers, nonprofit journalism can be a vital alternative, especially at the local and regional levels. But even when applications for 501(c)(3) status aren’t rejected outright, they are stacking up, unacted upon, for months and even years.

A recent Council on Foundations report titled “The IRS and Nonprofit Media: Toward Creating a More Informed Public” put it this way:

There is significant anecdotal evidence that the IRS has delayed the approval of nonprofit media, potentially slowed the development of those already created, and harmed communities by leaving them without…

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