“…Look, iTunes 11, I love you and all, but where’s all my stuff? First I needed to figure out the Up Next thing, retool my Search habits, figure out how to make a Genius playlist again, and now I can’t even find the Downloads window. What gives?
If you’re in the same boat, we’re here to help. If you have re-enabled the Sidebar, you’ll notice that there’s no way to click on Downloads any more. Even when there’s a download happening. Here’s the thing: the Downloads window will never be there. iTunes 11 has moved it. Here’s how to find it again….”
Echoing Sam Glover’s article on Lawyerist, the most common question I get from other lawyers is: “Man, I’ve been reading your blog and I love it. But do you make money off of it? Do you make money off Facebook or Twitter?”
The answer: no, but kinda sorta.
This is how it works…
Read Philly Law Blog’s practical, down-to-earth analysis and suggestions about using social media in your practice here.
Frrole is a social newspaper that is built on what people are talking about and mentioning on Twitter. Currently, this social media device covers over 50 cities and it uses over 10 million tweets to determine the key issues in each city that it covers. Visitors can customize the newspaper to focus on topics like sports, entertainment, travel and so on. Also, it is quite easy to use the customizable tabs on the left-hand side of the page to look for specific news items of interest. This version of Frrole is compatible with all operating systems.
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The Internal Revenue Service has released revised versions of Form 8038-GC, Information Return for Small Tax-Exempt Governmental Bond Issues, Leases, and Installment Sales, and Form 8038-CP, Return for Credit Payments to Issuers of Qualified Bonds. Form 8038-GC is used by issuers of tax-exempt bonds to provide the IRS with the information required by Internal Revenue Code section 149 and to monitor the requirements of Internal Revenue Code sections 141 through 150. Form 8038-CP is used by issuers of build America bonds, recovery zone economic development bonds, and specified tax credit bonds who elect to receive a direct payment from the Federal Government equal to a percentage of the interest payments on these bonds. The revised Form 8038-GC and Form 8038-CP are available by clicking here.
For more information go to Tax Exempt Bond Communityon IRS.gov.