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Coyoteslayer!

Hey Giblin – Get Bent Again

If only #Glendale taxpayers gave the #Coyotes more money, the team could afford announcers that don't bite cops: http://t.co/0iRanxCWbZ — Paul Giblin (@PaulGiblinAriz) March 27, 2015 Raw class. This isn't the first in the Get Bent series for Paul, click here for one from a bit over a year ago or search these pages for "Giblin". Giblin manages to eclipse his well known flippancy and lack of decorum. He certainly ignores many of the standards listed by the Society of Professional Journalists. Nobody condones the actions detailed in the story Giblin linked to, doing his part to promote clicks to his company website. Giblin's boss, Pat Flannery (pat.flannery@arizonarepublic.com), dismissed Giblin's comment as an attempt at humor. He disagreed with the contention a reporter should maintain a level of impartiality that his subordinate refuses to display. Flannery even offered his own joke playing on the "poor taste" complaint with a comment that "biting a cop is also … [Read More...]

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Secure Medical Messaging – Eliminate Faxing

HIPAA privacy rules have existed in the US since 1996 to protect the privacy of health information. One of the greatest challenges presented to the medical industry by HIPAA is how to communicate information between healthcare providers and patients (and between providers) without compromising HIPAA regulations. Secure Medical Messaging Options Email is, essentially, out of the question. While there are ways to securely deliver information via email and maintain compliance with the regulations, the techniques are cumbersome for end users and many patients would not be able to participate. Some electronic medical records systems offer patient portals that can meet all the HIPAA … [Read More...]

consultingdemotivator

They’re Baaaaaaack!

Anna and Ronald Lee are back to take another run at recalling Glendale Councilman Gary Sherwood. They filed for a petition serial number (RC-15-01) earlier today. Despite being well funded by the Gila River Indian Community, their previous multi month effort failed miserably. Despite hiring a professional petition circulating company to gather the necessary signatures, they ended up having all of their efforts tossed to the curb by the Glendale City Clerk for dumb errors. Despite having numerous errors in their campaign finance reports, they're back anyway. Maybe this time they learned from their mistakes? Will they hire the same company that let them down so badly the last time? … [Read More...]

Fork In The Road

Trollfail – Part Three

In Part Two, we mentioned the Arizona Coyotes decided on January 8 they had enough of the Twitter haranguing from @AZSportsHub. I assume there were meetings and phone conversations before the following Tweet was published. FYI #Coyotes fans: There is absolutely no truth to anything @SportsHubAZ reports. But we found his source... pic.twitter.com/MkypqkcH7p — Arizona Coyotes (@ArizonaCoyotes) January 8, 2015 The tweet is so clear that even Puck Daddy picked up on it (click here) with a "smackdown" post despite having also bitten on the Doaner trade story from @SportsHubAZ at least a little bit. You'd think that might be the end of this, certainly the end of @SportsHubAZ … [Read More...]

Coyoteslayer!

Hey Giblin – Get Bent Again

If only #Glendale taxpayers gave the #Coyotes more money, the team could afford announcers that don't bite cops: http://t.co/0iRanxCWbZ — Paul Giblin (@PaulGiblinAriz) March 27, 2015 Raw class. This isn't the first in the Get Bent series for Paul, click here for one from a bit over a year ago or search these pages for "Giblin". Giblin manages to eclipse his well known flippancy and lack of decorum. He certainly ignores many of the standards listed by the Society of Professional Journalists. Nobody condones the actions detailed in the story Giblin linked to, doing his part to promote clicks to his company website. Giblin's boss, Pat Flannery … [Read More...]

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Vegas Wants Hockey – Ticket Prices

The proposed season ticket price plans for the Las Vegas NHL hockey team are public. Season ticket deposits will be accepted starting at $150 per seat, fully refundable if the organization isn't … [Read More...]