ACRIS Property Transfer Tax Calculator

The ACRIS calculator is specifically for the 5 counties in NY City http://a836-acris.nyc.gov/CP/CoverPage/CalculateTaxes

New York title insurance & transfer tax calculator-William A. McDonald

Easily calculate the New York title insurance rate and NY transfer tax; including the mansion tax. Information on the New York closing cost calculators will be added soon. Title insurance rates are regulated by the State of New York, therefore, title insurance rates will be the same between title insurers. This calculator should be useful for the mortgage lender seeking information on New York’s closing costs for GFE purposes. This calculator is designed for one to three family residential owner occupied homes. This New York title insurance calculator appears to function correctly; however, it is still under going testing

Read more: http://www.anytimeestimate.com/TITLE_INSURANCE/ny-title-insurance.htm#ixzz3h1XTIrlL

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Google Launches New Patent Search – beSpacific

Google: “With Google Patents, you can search and read the full text of patent grants and applications from around the world. If you’re looking for prior art, you can use the integrated Prior Art Finder tool and Google Scholar documents to find patent and non-patent prior art, all in one interface.  You can still access the old Google Patents and the Prior Art Finder.

Read more about Google’s latest offering on beSpacific.

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Getting started with Windows 10 — download the essential guide

The Windows 10 launch date is now little more than two and a half weeks away. While a lot of people have tried out the various preview builds that have been made available, the majority of people upgrading will be doing so with little to no knowledge of what to expect. Ahead of Microsoft’s most important operating system launch for years, Lenovo has published a user guide that will help bring you up to speed.

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The ‘Starting to use Windows 10′ guide is for Lenovo customers, but the 23 page PDF can be downloaded by anyone who’s looking for a quick introduction to the operating system.

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Google URL Shortener

Google URL shortener

http://goo.gl/

The Google URL shortener is as intuitive as it is powerful. Users may paste any web address into the appropriate text box, select Shorten URL, and a shorter, more manageable URL will appear. For instance, “https://www.law.cornell.edu/supremecourt/text/home,” which is 49 characters long, becomes “goo.gl/8rrlvp,” which is just 11 characters long. Though most users will most likely shorten URLs for Twitter, Facebook, and other social media platforms, these concise versions can also be helpful for business cards and presentations, among other possibilities. In addition, the Google URL shortener saves your activity and tracks the number of times the shortened URL is clicked, either in the past two hours, day, week, month, or all time.

From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout 1994-2015. https://www.scout.wisc.edu

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Supreme Court | US Law | LII / Legal Information Institute

Legal Information Institute: Supreme Court

https://www.law.cornell.edu/supremecourt/text/home

This archive from the Legal Information Institute is an excellent and frequently updated database concerning the activities of the U.S. Supreme Court. Readers may like to start with the Most Recent Decisions. Selecting any case navigates to a page featuring the Syllabus, Opinion, Concurrences, and Dissents of the Supreme Court’s most recent deliberations. In addition, readers may scout the Current awareness section, which examines decisions, orders, and case updates by date, as well as an Archive of decisions, which can be browsed by topic, author, and party. The site also features an excellent search function. For instance, typing “gay marriage” returns half a dozen important cases, including the landmark 2013 decision, United States v. Windsor, in which the court held that restricting marriage rights to heterosexual couples was unconstitutional.

From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout 1994-2015. https://www.scout.wisc.edu

EJSCREEN: Environmental Justice Screening and Mapping Tool | US EPA

The EPA was directed to set standards for radioactive materials under Reorganization Plan No. 3 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

EJSCREEN is an environmental justice mapping and screening tool that provides EPA with a nationally consistent dataset and approach for combining environmental and demographic indicators. EJSCREEN users choose a geographic area; the tool then provides demographic and environmental information for that area. All of the EJSCREEN indicators are publicly-available data. EJSCREEN simply provides a way to display this information and includes a method for combining environmental and demographic indicators into EJ indexes. 

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