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Good reading today with the IBM blowup showing danger of not adapting quickly enough to change

October 20, 2014

http://ift.tt/1yblLga Good reading today with the IBM blowup showing danger of not adapting quickly enough to change

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Zombie pumpkin courtesy of the aggro squirrels in my front yard.

October 12, 2014
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Do you think the government should be able to tell you that you can’t put a sign on your lawn? The town of Maplewood, NJ said we can’t put signs in residents’ yards expressing support for our mobile app WhoWeUse. It turns out that the U.S. Supreme Court says local ordinances restricting use of signs often violate a person’s right to free speech. Check out this post explaining why. Support your local and digital businesses! WhoWeUse is fighting for you!

October 11, 2014

http://ift.tt/1uV6AYz Do you think the government should be able to tell you that you can’t put a sign on your lawn? The town of Maplewood, NJ said we can’t put signs in residents’ yards expressing support for our mobile app WhoWeUse. It turns out that the U.S. Supreme Court says local ordinances restricting use of signs often violate a person’s right to free speech. Check out this post explaining why. Support your local and digital businesses! WhoWeUse is fighting for you!

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Is free speech illegal? Apparently, the Town Committee of Maplewood, NJ said the pin drop signs of app maker WhoWeUse violate an outdated town ordinance only allowing signs for contractors and real estate brokers. Here’s another story on the brewing controversy as WhoWeUse prepares to challenge the ruling in a code enforcement meeting next Thursday. Pls download our app (http://bit.ly/1meONd2) and like our Facebook page (http://lnkd.in/ddHZqyF) to support free speech and the rights of online businesses.

October 9, 2014

http://bit.ly/1meONd2 Is free speech illegal? Apparently, the Town Committee of Maplewood, NJ said the pin drop signs of app maker WhoWeUse violate an outdated town ordinance only allowing signs for contractors and real estate brokers. Here’s another story on the brewing controversy as WhoWeUse prepares to challenge the ruling in a code enforcement meeting next Thursday. Pls download our app (http://bit.ly/1meONd2) and like our Facebook page (http://lnkd.in/ddHZqyF) to support free speech and the rights of online businesses.

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Our little startup is making waves. The Maplewood Town Committee said our pin drop signs violate an ordinance and must be removed from residents’ lawns. We are contesting this interim decision. We will argue before the code enforcement committee that the ordinance unfairly favors certain kinds of commercial speech (only signs for contractors & real estate are ok) and needs to be updated to reflect the existence of the Internet businesses. Pls support and all online businesses by downloading our app (http://bit.ly/1meONd2) and liking our WhoWeUse Facebook page (http://ift.tt/1sfAcjQ).

October 9, 2014

http://bit.ly/1meONd2 Our little startup is making waves. The Maplewood Town Committee said our pin drop signs violate an ordinance and must be removed from residents’ lawns.

We are contesting this interim decision. We will argue before the code enforcement committee that the ordinance unfairly favors certain kinds of commercial speech (only signs for contractors & real estate are ok) and needs to be updated to reflect the existence of the Internet businesses. Pls support and all online businesses by downloading our app (http://bit.ly/1meONd2) and liking our WhoWeUse Facebook page (http://ift.tt/1sfAcjQ).

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1) @WhoWeUse cofounders at Maplewood Town Committee meeting to seek approval to place our signs in residents’ lawns.

October 7, 2014
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Local Boys Do Good: We got some nice coverage in the regional news website that leads with our awesome new pin drop signs spreading across lawns in Maplewood. The Village Green takes a closer look at our NJ startup trying to help local businesses across the U.S. with a new iPhone app that lets friends & neighbors share, comment, add, request and refer local businesses to people they know and trust.

October 7, 2014

http://ift.tt/1uROGXZ Local Boys Do Good: We got some nice coverage in the regional news website that leads with our awesome new pin drop signs spreading across lawns in Maplewood. The Village Green takes a closer look at our NJ startup trying to help local businesses across the U.S. with a new iPhone app that lets friends & neighbors share, comment, add, request and refer local businesses to people they know and trust.

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Users love our WhoWeUse pin drop signs. But town officials have removed some. Tune in tmrw to see the dramatic conclusion to this local NJ drama as we challenge the ordinance in the morning before the town committee. For reals.

October 7, 2014
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Local Boys Do Good: The Village Green takes a closer look at a Maplewood, NJ startup trying to help local businesses across the U.S. with a new iPhone app that lets friends & neighbors share, comment, add, request and refer local businesses to people they know and trust.

October 6, 2014

http://ift.tt/1uROGXZ Local Boys Do Good: The Village Green takes a closer look at a Maplewood, NJ startup trying to help local businesses across the U.S. with a new iPhone app that lets friends & neighbors share, comment, add, request and refer local businesses to people they know and trust.

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Great way to start the week: Mashable names WhoWeUse one of “5 Can’t Miss Apps” in a weekly roundup of its favorite new and updated apps. Big honor to be included with heavyweights like Flipboard. Download it here: http://bit.ly/1meONd2

October 6, 2014

http://bit.ly/1meONd2 Great way to start the week: Mashable names WhoWeUse one of “5 Can’t Miss Apps” in a weekly roundup of its favorite new and updated apps. Big honor to be included with heavyweights like Flipboard. Download it here: http://bit.ly/1meONd2

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