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Politiscope, an app to track Congressional voting records and bills, launches on android devices

Last September, two former National Football League players launched an app called Politiscope to track the voting records of members of Congress and the bills that they were introducing — and provide non-partisan information about what those bills and votes would mean to voters. The pro-football-playing brothers, Walter Powell Jr. and Brandon Williams, launched the app to provide an accurate accounting of what Congressional leadership was doing — something the two felt was necessary given the p...
Tags: Android, TC, Politics, Congress, Government, Senate, Office, Tech, United States, House Of Representatives, National Football League, Library Of Congress, Pew Research Center, Electronic Voting, Powell, Congressional

Giving Your Business Premises A Makeover (With Ideas For All Budgets!)

Whether you run a shop, a restaurant or other type of business, the look and feel can start to get dull after a while. A fresh new makeover can breathe new life into your business and give it a whole new look. Giving your business a refresh gives you something to shout about to your customers, and is a great way to generate some interest and aim higher with your business. Want to know how it’s done? Here are some tips on giving your business premises a makeover, including ideas for all t...
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Man in custody in connection with the murder of beloved Reno couple

The Washoe County Sheriff's Office said a man is in custody in connection with the murders of Jerry and Sherri David, a Reno couple            [Author: Reno Gazette Journal]
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Ultra Office Control 2.0.2010.101

Ultra Office ActiveX hosts Office documents
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Tustin doctor accused of illegally prescribing pills that ended up with Thousand Oaks mass shooter is indicted

An Orange County doctor accused of illegally prescribing drugs was indicted this week on a half-dozen felony counts. The federal indictment came a month after prosecutors alleged that medication prescribed by Dzung Ahn Pham was found in the system of a driver suspected of fatally striking a Costa Mesa fire captain and in the hands of a gunman who carried out the mass shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks. Pham, the owner of the Irvine Village Urgent Care, is facing six counts...
Tags: News, Office, Sport, Soccer, Scarpa, Local News, Orange County, Southern California, U S District Court, Costa Mesa, Pham, Tustin, Mission Viejo, Alicia Parkway, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR

LAUSD teachers strike, Day 5: Teachers head back to picket lines after marathon bargaining session overnight

LOS ANGELES – The union representing thousands of striking teachers and the Los Angeles Unified School District ended a marathon bargaining session early today and scheduled another round for later this morning in an effort to end a 5-day work stoppage — the first against the school district in 30 years. A negotiating session arranged in part by Mayor Eric Garcetti with an assist from state Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond began at midday Thursday and ended at 12:04 this mornin...
Tags: News, Education, Office, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Local News, Eric Garcetti, City Hall, Board of Education, McKenna, Los Angeles Unified School District, Grand Park, Scott Schmerelson

Citizenship question has no place on census

On Tuesday, Judge Jesse Furman ruled against the Trump administration and secretary of commerce Wilbur Ross's decision to add a question about citizenship to the 2020 US census questionnaire. (In the interests of transparency, Judge Furman and I were colleagues in the US Attorney's Office in Manhattan during his time there between 2004 and 2011.)
Tags: News, Office, US, Stories, Manhattan, Trump, Jesse Furman, Furman, Wilbur Ross

Opinion: The judge was right to keep citizenship question off the census

On Tuesday, Judge Jesse Furman ruled against the Trump administration and secretary of commerce Wilbur Ross's decision to add a question about citizenship to the 2020 US census questionnaire. (In the interests of transparency, Judge Furman and I were colleagues in the US Attorney's Office in Manhattan during his time there between 2004 and 2011.)
Tags: News, Office, US, Stories, Manhattan, Trump, Jesse Furman, Furman, Wilbur Ross

Citizenship doesn't belong on census

On Tuesday, Judge Jesse Furman ruled against the Trump administration and secretary of commerce Wilbur Ross's decision to add a question about citizenship to the 2020 US census questionnaire. (In the interests of transparency, Judge Furman and I were colleagues in the US Attorney's Office in Manhattan during his time there between 2004 and 2011.)
Tags: News, Office, US, Stories, Manhattan, Trump, Jesse Furman, Furman, Wilbur Ross

What Your Customers Want From Your Company this Year

The beginning of a new year is an excellent time to set goals for your company and make decisions on where to invest your time and money. Satisfied customers come back to your business in the future and tell others what they love about your brand. Figuring out what your customers want builds your business on multiple levels. In a study of consumers, researchers learned customers value a positive experience so much that by the year 2020, customer experience (CX) will become even more important th...
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What are Office Intelligent Services and Should You Turn Them Off?

Microsoft’s core Office 365 client apps—Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook—all contain a setting that lets you enable “Office Intelligent Services.” So, what are these, why are they turned on, and should you turn them off? Let’s find out. If you have an Office 365 subscription then in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook there is a section in File > Options > General called “Office intelligent services.” (If you’ve just purchased Office as a stand-alone set of apps without an O365 subscriptio...
Tags: Crafts, General, Microsoft, Office, Trust Center, Office Intelligent Services, Office Intelligent Services OIS, Enable Services

Fans of ‘The Office’ Will Love Steve Carell’s New Netflix Show About Space Force

Steve Carell and Greg Daniels of 'The Office' are producing a new Netflix series based on Trump’s confusing space force project.
Tags: Life, Office, Netflix, Steve Carell, Trump, Greg Daniels

Netflix recruits Steve Carell for the Trump-inspired comedy ‘Space Force’

Steve Carell, Netflix, and The Office showrunner Greg Daniels are teaming up for Space Force, a workplace comedy poking fun at the Trump White House's plans to establish a sixth branch of the U.S. military. The post Netflix recruits Steve Carell for the Trump-inspired comedy ‘Space Force’ appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Office, Trends, Netflix, Steve Carell, Trump, Trump White House, Movies & TV, Greg Daniels, Space Force, Steve Carell Netflix

Netflix ‘Space Force’ TV Series Will Reunite Steve Carell and ‘Office’ Creator Greg Daniels

Donald Trump’s Space Force idea sounded like (and still sounds like) a joke, so making a Space Force comedy series only seems fair. Netflix will launch Space Force to series soon, reuniting Steve Carell and The Office creator Greg Daniels in the process. The show will be a workplace comedy focusing on the people who have been tasked with making Trump’s goofy-as-hell Space Force idea a reality. Space Force TV Series I suppose it was only a matter of time before we started getting TV show...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Office, America, Netflix, Steve-Carell, Donald Trump, Trump, Daniels, Carell, Greg Daniels, Marwen, Space Force, Netflix Space Force, THR Space Force

Carell, ‘Office’ producers reteam for ‘Space Force’ comedy

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Steve Carell is starring in a new workplace comedy that could be out of this world. Netflix said Wednesday that Carell is re-teaming with “The Office” producers Greg Daniels and Howard Klein on the series “Space Force.” It’s about the people assigned to create a sixth branch of the armed services […]
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Steve Carell to star in Netflix comedy based on Trump’s Space Force

Carell is reuniting with The Office creator Greg Daniels for the series.
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Sorry, Trump. Netflix is creating its own 'Space Force'

'The Office' alum will reteam with executive producer Greg Daniels for the workplace comedy.
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Space Force: Steve Carell Returning to Television with The Office Creator

Space Force: Steve Carell returning to television with The Office creator The Hollywood Reporter has brought word that Emmy-nominated actor Steve Carell will be returning to television for an upcoming Netflix comedy series. Based on President Donald Trump’s idea for creating a Space Force, the series will also mark a reunion between Carell and The Office creator Greg Daniels. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefr...
Tags: Apple, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Nbc, Office, Bbc, Netflix, Jennifer Aniston, TV News, The Office, Foxcatcher, Steve Carell, Donald Trump, Trump, Adam Mckay

Three people found dead in Sammamish home, sheriff’s office says

The bodies were found after a relative from Oregon requested that the King County Sheriff's Office check on them.
Tags: Crime, News, Oregon, Office, Local News, Northwest, Eastside, Sammamish

NBC says it may eventually pull 'The Office' off Netflix to fuel its own streaming service

NBCUniversal will launch its own ad-supported streaming service in 2020. NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke told The Wall Street Journal that the company could consider moving "The Office" from Netflix to the new service. "The Office" and NBC's "Parks and Recreation" are two of Netflix's most popular shows, according to data from analytics firm Jumpshot provided to Business Insider. Netflix has been investing heavily in original content as more companies enter the streaming war. When Netflix first ...
Tags: Nbc, Time Warner, Office, US, Trends, Netflix, Comcast, Nbcuniversal, The New York Times, Warner Bros, Hulu, Black Mirror, Ted Sarandos, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Steve Burke

Revenge porn restraining order against LAPD officer extended by judge

A judge Tuesday, Jan. 15, granted a female Los Angeles police detective a five-year extension of a restraining order against the senior lead officer of the LAPD’s Central Division, who allegedly distributed sexually explicit photos of her without her permission. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James Blancarte said the allegations against Officer Danny Reedy are among the most serious with which he has to deal. He ordered Reedy to stay at least 100 yards from Detective Ysabel Villegas and to sur...
Tags: News, California, Office, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Courts, Lapd, Los Angeles Superior Court, Reedy, Bloom, Villegas, Michael Williamson, Lisa Bloom, Top Stories LADN, Jorge Villegas

NBCUniversal Planning a Streaming Subscription Service, May Take Back ‘The Office’ from Netflix

If you thought there were already too many streaming subscription services out there, you’re not going to like what NBCUniversal has planned for their library of TV shows and movies from NBC and Universal Pictures. Joining the likes of the forthcoming Disney and Warner Bros. streaming subscription services, media conglomerate NBCUniversal is creating their own ad-supported direct-to-consumer streaming subscription service that would be full of shows from NBC and movies from Universal Pictures, ...
Tags: Apple, Europe, Movies, Nbc, Office, Disney, Netflix, United States, Comcast, Nbcuniversal, Starz, Dreamworks Animation, Universal, Warner Bros, Nbc Universal, Hulu

7 Things We Learned from the ‘Office Space’ Oral History

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the cult favorite comedy Office Space. The movie bombed spectacularly at the box office with just under $11 million made in its entire domestic run. That was barely enough to cover the film’s budget. But against all odds, the movie found a big audience on home video and cable and has since become one of the most quoted and beloved comedies of the ’90s. Since this year is a milestone anniversary for Office Space, writer/director Mike Judge, cast members Ro...
Tags: Comedy, New York, Movies, Nbc, Boston, Office, Ben-Affleck, Matt-Damon, Fox, Jennifer-Aniston, Madonna, The Office, Jim Carrey, Owen-Wilson, Chris Rock, Peter

‘Minecraft’ Movie to Be Helmed by ‘Nick and Norah’s Infinity Playlist’ Director Peter Sollett

The Minecraft movie has found its new director. Following It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia co-creator and star Rob McElhenney‘s departure from the director’s chair after three years, Peter Sollett has been tapped as the new Minecraft movie director and writer. The Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist director steps up to helm the long-anticipated film adaptation of the popular video game of the same name. For a video game about building, it’s certainly taking a long time for the Minecraft movie...
Tags: Movies, Video Games, Office, Adaptation, Philadelphia, Minecraft, Steve Carell, Warner Bros, NICK, Warner Brothers, Vertigo, Adam Nee, Aaron, Carell, Peter-Sollett, Rob McElhenney

2nd man found dead at Democratic donor Ed Buck’s West Hollywood apartment is identified

Timothy Dean, 55, of West Hollywood, pictured above, was found dead Monday, Jan. 7, 2019, in the apartment of prominent Democratic donor Ed Buck. WEST HOLLYWOOD — Coroner’s officials on Thursday identified the man who died at the West Hollywood home of prominent Democratic donor Ed Buck earlier this week as 55-year-old Timothy Dean of West Hollywood. Dean was found dead early Monday at Buck’s apartment on the 1200 block of Laurel Avenue, where another man was found dead in 2017 of what authori...
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Try Out a (Part-Time) Standing Desk In 2019 With This Discounted Riser

So you want to try a standing desk in 2019, but you’re not ready to commit to it for eight hours a day...what do you do? You buy a discounted monitor riser, and sit or stand whenever you feel like it.Read more...
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Do Your Employees Trust Your HR Department?

In the American TV show The Office, manager Michael Scott loathes Toby Flenderson, the mild-mannered HR representative, because he perceives Toby as stopping him from doing the things he wants to do. In real-life work environments, it’s not usually managers who believe HR is against them; it’s line workers. A 2016 Edelman study  found that almost one in three employees didn’t trust their employers. It can be hard for HR departments to hear that their employees don’t trust them. As you...
Tags: Office, Sales, Management, HR, Employees, Hiring, American TV, Toby, Michael Scott, HR and recruitment, Toby Flenderson

The ‘Collusion’ Debate Ended Last Night

As I signaled last night, the seemingly accidental redaction error in the Manafort legal filing combined with the news published mid-evening by The New York Times is one of the biggest revelations in more than two years of the Trump/Russia scandal. It’s bigger than the Trump Tower meeting in June 2016, though the two cases can’t be fully understood without reference to each other. Just as importantly, these new revelations combined with earlier reports effectively end the debate about whether th...
Tags: News, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Russia, Office, Time, US, Dnc, Hillary Clinton, New York Times, Kremlin, Times, Donald Trump, Gates, Trump, Josh Marshall

Cambridge Analytica's Parent Pleads Guilty To Breaking UK Data Law

Cambridge Analytica's parent company, SCL Elections, has been fined 15,000 Pound (roughly $19,000) in a UK court after pleading guilty to failing to comply with an enforcement notice issued by the national data protection watchdog, the Guardian reports. From a report: While the fine itself is a small and rather symbolic one, given the political data analytics firm went into administration last year, the implications of the prosecution are more sizeable. Last year the Information Commissioner's O...
Tags: Facebook, UK, Office, Tech, Carroll, Trump, David Carroll, SCL, Cambridge Analytica, ICO Prior to Cambridge Analytica

Ted Lieu donating $18,500 to LGBTQ groups after 2nd dead man at Ed Buck’s apartment

Congressman Ted Lieu said Tuesday, Jan. 8 he would be donating campaign contributions from prominent Democratic donor Ed Buck to five gay and civil rights organization, a day after a second man was found dead at Buck’s West Hollywood apartment. Lieu said he would donate $5,000 each to Lambda Legal and the NAACP, $3,000 each to GLAAD and The Trevor Project, and $2,500 to the Equality California Institute. “I am deeply disturbed by the latest revelations of a second death by overdose at the home o...
Tags: News, Office, Sport, Soccer, Lgbtq, Local News, Naacp, Campaign Finance, Lambda Legal, West Hollywood, Ed Buck, Los Angeles County, Moore, Buck, GLAAD, Charles Moore