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November 2011

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Create Jobs for USA Starbucks has teamed up with the Opportunity Finance Network to create and sustain jobs. Create Jobs for USA will provide capital grants to select Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs). The CDFIs will provide financing to underserved community businesses which include small business loans, community center financing, housing project financing and microfinance. Starbucks has seeded this project with a $5 million contribution from the Starbucks Foundation. You can assist this effort by donating just $5 or more at any Starbucks or online. When you do, you’ll receive a red, white and blue wristband with the message “Indivisible”. HERE'S WHAT I LIKE ABOUT THIS PROGRAM: you're

New Facebook Profile All I had to do was watch 3 minutes of Justin Wheeler's demo of his 'Easy FanPage Design' program and I realized this was the answer for anyone who needs to know how to create a new facebook profile fan page. Facebook constantly trades places with Google as the most visited site in the world with more than 600 million active users—and more than half visiting the site daily. Your friends, customers, prospective customers and clients are ALL active on Facebook—you're business should be there too. Even if you’ve been on Facebook for a while, Facebook has been busy overhauling its fan pages (aka “Like

More than a month after the release of iOS 5, Apple has finally made its cloud music service iTunes Match available to the public. With the release of iTunes 10.5.1 (available here), Apple now offers iTunes users the ability to sync their music library across devices by "matching" each song with a high quality version stored on Apple's servers. Any other songs can be uploaded. The service is an extension of iCloud, the cross-device content syncing feature rolled out in iOS 5. That feature lets users sync contacts, calendars, mail, apps and other data between iPads, iPhones, iPods and Mac computers. For an additional

Google Music (Note: look out for Google's formal introduction of Google Music on November 16) Upload up to 20,000 songs from your personal music collection to listen from any computer or on your phone (Android), even offline. All for free. My only complaint: does not play with iPhone like it does with Android. If you’re seeing this on November 16, click the ‘See Today’s Site‘  link and give it a rating from 1-10. Mike