There is hope. At least one judge is holding the banks to the same laws we have to follow. Know a judge,? Tell her or him to read this.
“If you are going to take away someone’s house, everything should be legal and correct,” he said. “I’m a strange guy — I don’t want to put a family on the street unless it’s legitimate.”
Hmmm….I was wondering who was responsible for all those tweets.
“I just think it’s weird and I don’t feel like everyone needs to know what I’m doing every second of my life,” Kristen Nagy, 18 of Sparta, N.J..
Wait a minute, aren’t these the same people putting pictures of themselves on MySpace and Facebook doing Jello shots?
A sample from “xkcd: A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language. “
DOE Announces $37 Million for
Small Business Research and Technology
Funding Emphasizes Investment in Clean Energy Technologies and Job Creation
Washington, DC— U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced today that $37 million in funding from the Recovery Act will be made available to qualified small businesses through the Department’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. Today’s funding announcement emphasizes the Department’s commitment to developing near-term, clean energy technologies while allowing small businesses take part in the new industrial revolution that the sustainable energy economy will bring.
The Wall Street Journal recently ran an interview with the new head of SBA, Karen G. Mills. To get an idea where the SBA is headed, this is a good article to read.
SACRAMENTO — The California Air Resources Board is now taking nominations through Sept. 3 for its new CoolCalifornia Small Business Award program that will recognize small businesses from across the state that demonstrate climate leadership.
A briefing about how the federal stimulus is impacting small businesses in California. Also discusses stimulus opportunities. From our friends at the Small Business Administration.