me, 2.0: jose nazario
beauty and the street
Four short links: 20 September 2013
David Hassell, emergency room staff, BBA LIBOR, California Public Utilities Commission
15Five, The Employee-Manager Feedback Network, Launches 2.0 With Like Buttons, P ... -- 15Five , a startup backed by the likes of 500 Startups and Yammers David Sacks that provides a platform to help the working world communicate better with its managers, has had a dose of its own medicine. Taking feedback collected from its users since its exit from beta in August 2012 , the company is today rolling out a rebuilt version 2.0, with a smoother interface, an easier way to get new employees involved, and more features geared at larger groups and teams with matrix reporting structures that is, teams reporting to more than one manager. Hassell declines to say how many people are using 15Five within those businesses except to note that they range from small startups to groups at larger organizations like Citrix. Hassell says that the new platform gives 15Five a phenomenal testing framework that now lets the company make rapid changes when they are needed. Well build it ourselves and wont make it quite so bubbly or gamey.
A Hospital Tells Police Where Fights Happen, And Crime Drops : Shots - Health Ne ... -- The hospital already had information on where and how people in the emergency room had been injured "which bar, which club, which street, which park, which school," says Dr. Jonathan Shepherd , a professor of oral and maxillofacial surgery at Cardiff University and an author of the study. That means the focus shifts from gun violence to knife violence and fistfights."
Fortune's 40 Under 40 2013: Full List - Fortune Magazine -- Disclaimer The Dow Jones IndexesSM are proprietary to and distributed by Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All content of the Dow Jones IndexesSM 2013 is proprietary to Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
Ride-Sharing Is Legal in California, Regulators Vote Unanimously - Liz Gannes - ... -- The CPUCs final decision seems to be essentially the same as a proposal released this summer, which, as I noted at the time , requires company licensing, driver criminal background checks and $1 million per-incident insurance coverage. As I said then, Some of these practices are already instituted by the companies involved they have all obtained insurance, and they screen drivers voluntarily.
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