We here at Proper Channel understand how much of a hassle it could be when moving to a new city, state, or even country. After all that work put into finding the perfect place to live, the ideal workplace, and the best eatery’s, the next thing to do is find out where all the fun resides!
Proper Channel is a great resource in aiding your search for entertainment. We have easy-to-follow flowcharts showing you places to go for drinks (even cheap drinks), food (cheap food too), and just a wide range of things to do in your spare time. The best part about our charts is that they are editable for you to include anything else that you may know.
Ready to get out there and find fun things to do?! The next step is to register here. Then begin your search to becoming an active resident in Tallahassee.
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On October 25th, William McCluskey, our CEO joined Jim Stevenson and Michelle Rehwinkle-Vasilinda on Brien Sorne’s Tallahassee Talks radio show. Bien is a major figure in the community, and believes in people helping each other. When he learned about Proper Channel, he wanted to help share his spotlight on our startup. If you’re not familiar with Tallahassee Talks, it is a wonderful, positive show that highlights the best of Tallahassee.
Check out the show on the Tallahassee Talks archive page. William’s segment starts at 51:58.
Voting is how you contribute to the direction of the country. We all get busy. We all have obligations, but please, get out and vote.
What do you need to vote? Well, we’ve put all the information you need in one location. Find out if you’re registered, where you can vote, and what you need to bring with you to cast your ballot with our Vote in the USA flowchart.
Click on shapes for additional information.
During the last Presidential election, some Florida polling locations saw record lines. There were horror stories of 9 hour lines. Some even denied voters to restrooms.
To help reduce demand, the state is allowing early voting. Simply show up ready to vote during open hours, and you’re set.
If you want to make a specific flowchart for your county, city, or polling location, simply use the Clone button:
Let your voice be heard!
The Ebola outbreak is getting lots of press. News agencies and citizen groups are screaming for action, but disease and medical professionals are urging caution. The truth is, Ebola is extremely rare in the US, and it’s relatively hard to catch. That said, there have been confirmed Ebola cases, and hospitals need to be aware of how to identify and properly treat emergency room patients with suspected infections.
Proper Channel has come to the rescue. Based on information from the CDC and Department of Health, we have built a flowchart for medical professionals to help know how to treat, test, and report suspected Ebola patients. Remember, all charts are editable. If you’re a medical professional, and see that we’ve left something out, please correct it!
Remember, click on shapes for additional information.
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.
I’m often overwhelmed by the support I receive from Domi Station. Much more than “just a place to work,” each day Domi improves my chances of success.
One of the most impressive resources at Domi is the number of mentors that walk through the door. Every day a local “master of the universe” walks in and offers their time, experience, and knowledge for free. I simply have to show up.
What’s in it for them?
It is an opportunity for mentors to share passion, discovery, and progress, and to support a new idea. into a field you are invested in. Additionally, there is the value in giving back to the community. By investing a few hours a week, these mentors are ensuring our fledgling startup community will flourish. This leads to more jobs, more resources circulating through our economy, and more successful entrepreneurs to keep the cycle going.
Proper Channel also believes in investing in our community. In fact, our entire business depends on it. We are providing a place for experts in all fields to share their secrets to help others navigate process. If you have ever had to struggle through a process, once can now document the experience on our site, making it easier for the person behind you. We know first-hand how hard it is to figure things out on our own, and we’re grateful for our community, our members, and our mentors who have decided to give back.
I want to share my gratitude to the many mentors who have helped me throughout my life, and encourage anyone and everyone to take full advantage of the opportunities around you. Once you’ve made it, make sure you return the favor. No one does it alone.