While Will was an undergrad at FSU, he rode his bike all the time. He would ride to class, to parties, and even to SCUBA dives. He remembers the time well, and recalls he and a group of guys loved the freedom, exercise, and excitement of figuring out how to make cycling part of our lives.
Funny thing, he was the only one of about 15 guys who regularly rode that hadn’t been hit by a car. Most collisions were minor, but some were not. It’s just basic physics. If a bike and a car do end up hitting each other, the bike is going to lose. Sometimes they lose big time.
A recent article in the Gothamist talked about what you should do if you do find yourself bumping a bumper in NYC. Being such a fan of cycling, Will decided to help the community and apply these steps to a flowchart. NYC has around 900 incidents a month, and because this number is so high, they require drivers to carry a no-fault policy for pedestrians. That means it doesn’t matter who caused the collision, the driver’s insurance will pay for the damages.
Many of these steps will be the same for your state or city. If you want to use this flowchart as a template, just use our clone button:
India’s fledgling space program has done amazing things in an incredibly short time. This is what happens in developing nations. Unfortunately, the governments systems are rarely as eager to learn and progress as fast as business or technology. This can cause a strangle hold on economies, progress, health, and happiness.
The first step in change is always awareness. What’s great about Proper Channel’s community is that it empowers citizens to document the as-is state. Doing so not only does the leg work for the policy owners, effectively giving them a map of where to improve their systems, but it also allows people to get through the current system significantly faster in the meantime.
Things can’t change overnight, but we can at least help each other out along the way.
Wanted to remind everyone of our focus group at Domi Station tonight at 6pm EDT (come at 5:30pm for food). We are also live-streaming the focus group for those not in Tallahassee.
Flowcharts are well known for their efficiency at capturing process knowledge. What most people don’t realize is that just about everything can be seen as a process: even grammar.
We all make mistakes. And when we’re bombarded with those mistakes in our daily conversations, it’s easy to confuse correct and incorrect. Proper Channel has come to the rescue. Here are four charts to help you navigate the correct use of common grammar mistakes:
The nice things about flowcharts, is they allow you to quickly navigate to the right answer fast. Compare our guides with the thousand+ word guides in text form. We want to make finding life’s answers easier. To us, faster is easier.
Know other common grammar mistakes? Create your own flowchart.
Dave Hodges, the business writer for the Tallahassee Democrat wrote a story on the Dandi Awards, and included a bio and quote from the Renegade winner, our very own founder and CEO, William McCluskey! We’re excited to see our founder in the news, but we’re proud it’s for his continuous work giving back to the community.
Thank you Tallahassee Democrat, Dave Hodges, and the Dandi Awards team!
Whether you call it a statistical anomaly or the Universe telling Will it’s time he gets a dog, something is going on. Over the last 4 months, our CEO has rescued 4 separate lost dogs!
Now officially a pro at what to do with lost dogs, he has captured his knowledge for the rest of us. Flowcharts are great for storing that information you use infrequently. With the visual layout, you can quickly navigate to the step you’ve forgotten. And with Proper Channel’s detail popup feature, a wealth of information is just a click away. Now I have the correct numbers, addresses, and office hours all at my fingertips; even a handy graphic to help me understand dog body language.
Having an easily navigable, curated, single source of information saves time, energy, and frustration. Plus, by making things easy, and telling people the best way to handle unfamiliar situations, more people will do what they’re supposed to. Help save a lost dog’s life. Get it to a safe place, and get it to where the owner will find it.
Do you wish people knew how to do something better? Do you find yourself answering the same question over and over? Do yourself and the community a favor, and document it. Making visual instructionals is easy with Proper Channel. Go ahead and give it a try.
Nigerian Princes, iTunes orders for She’s All That, and dead relatives you’ve never heard of who left you millions… Yeah, right!
If you get an email that doesn’t seem right, chances are it’s what we like to call a “Phishing Scam.” Using deception, a criminal is trying to get access to your electronic information. And with the inter-connectivity of today’s technology, getting one password can often lead to wide-spread vulnerability.
Here at Proper Channel, our members believe in empowerment. Don’t be a victim, fight back! If you receive one of these scammy emails, don’t just delete it. Report it to the proper authorities. Like most processes, if you don’t know what to do, figuring it out can be more trouble than it’s worth. In an effort to attack phishing head on, we’ve put together a how-to for reporting these crooks.
Give it a look. If you know of a better way, go ahead and edit it.
Almost everyone has a terrible customer service story, and for the majority of us, Comcast is the person who put us through it. With some of the worst customer service ratings possible, it’s easy to find stories of recorded lies, fabricated bills, customer service hangups, and over 4 hour call times.
Unfortunately, a single consumer just doesn’t carry much weight. No matter how hard you hit, Comcast knows your account isn’t going to single-handily hurt their balance sheet. They also know that with limited competition, you’re likely not going to cancel your account in the first place.
Well folks, Proper Channel has crowdsourced some of the best information available. Cue the montage, because we’re going to teach you how to hit like a heavyweight.
Link to Chart: http://www.properchannel.co/chart/fight-comcast
The Dandi Awards were announced today, and our CEO William McCluskey was selected. We look forward to working with the fellow award winners to help improve our communities