Moshe Klein's blog

Israeli Startup Revolutionizes The Way Websites are Built and Updated

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Page2site, an Israeli startup, has set out to bring the simplicity and fun of Facebook to website building and updating.

Have you noticed how people never have enough time to build or update their website, but post on Facebook every day? Let’s admit it – Facebook is much more fun than tackling website design and coding. It’s easy to use and allows you to get immediate feedback about your business from real people.

Page2site, an Israeli startup, has set out to bring the simplicity and fun of Facebook to website building and updating.

Backing Up Your Files with Michael Wozny

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Mike Wozny, of At Work IT Services, provides tips on backing up your computer files and being prepared for an emergency.

Open House for Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky's new Glenview Office - July 12

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I wanted to invite all of you to the Open House for Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky’s new Glenview office.

 

When:  Friday, July 12

Time:   11 a.m.- 1 p.m.

Where:  1852 Johns Drive, Glenview, IL 60025

 

Affordable Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Taxes in Skokie, Illinois by Moshe Klein & Associates

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MK&A in Skokie offers a special for Jewish B2B Networking small businesses for low-cost bookkeeping and accounting

Just call Shalom Klein at 888-432-8187 *21 or email shalom@mkabusiness.com

Visit our website at www.mkabusiness.com

Affordable bookkeeping, accounting, and taxes in Skokie, IL

October 17, 2011Posted in:

Keshet to Host Town Hall Meeting in Skokie

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Town Hall Meeting Launches New Living and Full Life Communities for Individual with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago, along with Jewish Child & Family Services and Keshet, a non-profit organization for individuals with intellectual a

April 3, 2011Posted in:

Let’s Keep This Country Great – and Free

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Happy Passover, the holiday that celebrates freedom. Let’s exercise that freedom to make the right choices in our business and personal lives that will keep this country great.

The end of April brings Passover, a holiday that commemorates the time when Pharaoh was on the throne, the Egyptian economy was in shambles and the Hebrews yearned to be free.