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POPVOX Advances to Final Round in SxSW Accelerator Competition

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March 14, 2011, Austin, TX ? POPVOX, Inc., a Silicon Valley and Washington, DC startup designed by Washington insiders advances to the ?nal round of the 3rd Annual Microsoft BizSpark Accelerator at SXSW. On Tuesday, May 14 the ?nal twelve early stage companies will have ?ve minutes to showcase their companies in front of in?uential industry judges and a live audience. Sponsored by Microsoft BizSpark, The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, IBM, .CO,...

POPVOX is Excited to Be a Finalist in the SxSW BizSpark Accelerator Competition

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We are super excited to showcase POPVOX as one of eight finalists in the Social Media category in the SxSW BizSpark Accelerator Competition....Our category will present at 12:30 central time on Monday, March 14 and each company will have 2 minutes (TWO MINUTES!!) to tell their story in front of some pretty incredible judges.

DC Startup, POPVOX, to Showcase Online Advocacy Platform at SxSW

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March 9, 2011, Washington, DC ? POPVOX, Inc., a Silicon Valley and DC startup designed by Washington insiders, was selected as one of eight ?nalists in the Social Media category for Microsoft BizSpark Accelerator at SXSW, where early stage technology companies demo innovative new technology in front of in?uential industry judges and a live audience. The three-day event will be held Monday, March 14th - Wednesday, March 16th. Judges will select a winner in each...

What do the buzzers mean?

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... both chambers employ a system of bells (that sound more like buzzers) and lights (on clocks and displays throughout the Capitol Complex) that provide alerts to Members. Almost no one knows what they mean, and you can easily survive life on Capitol Hill without ever having a clue.

So, Where is the Language for the SHIELD Act (WikiLeaks bill)?

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Unfortunately, the system for introducing a bill in Congress still includes a lot of paper and the system for making that information available to the public is not exactly real-time. This is how it works when a Member of Congress decides to introduce a bill.