Cloudon Brings Productivity To Tablets With Gesture-first Document Editor – Yahoo Finance

Now people can intuitively create and collaborate on thoughts, ideas and information in ways that fits with the way they work. New Product Advancements CloudOns new iPad app offers people a mobile experience unlike anything http://paulforsythe.org else on the market. Its designed for mobile experience makes it fast and easy to express what you want to say or share in words, pictures, and more. Key features include: Gesture-first design: Made for ease and speed. Just tap, type, pinch and swipe to create, edit, style and more. Compatible: Works with Microsoft Word, so you can read, edit and share without worrying about formatting or compatibility.
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The Stillwater Gazette | Stillwater candidates share ideas at forum

From left, Stillwater mayoral candidates John Rheinberger and Ted Kozlowski, as well as Ward 1 Stillwater City Council candidates Ryan Collins and Doug Menikheim participate in a Gazette-sponsored forum at Stillwater City Hall Oct. 16. (Gazette staff photo by Jonathan Young)

What we have to do is control this thing on the spending side of it. He said the increases in property taxes residents are seeing are unconscionable and that the city needs to get control of its spending. Weve got to put discipline into this thing, he said. Township annexation The candidates had differing views on the potential opportunities and challenges raised by the possible annexation of more property in Stillwater Township next year. The city has the ability to annex the land as far north as Highway 96 and as far west as Manning Avenue. Rheinberger said the possibility raises a lot of opportunity, and he seemed interested in exploring the possibility of growing the city even further. We finally in essence get our borders straightened out, he said, and noted that it would bring more tax base into the city that could help rebuild older parts of town. But the real question after that is whats next, he said.
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