Bloomberg Warns Painful Cuts To Schools

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says teachers need to be held accountable or some painful education cuts will be made. This in response to a call to publicly rate teachers. The teachers union and the government have been in discussion about the rating process of the teachers. A bill passed in New York State says that teacher ratings do not need to be displayed publicly, Bloomberg was against the bill and wants to make sure that teachers have the proper safe checks in place to make sure they are reaching their goals. Hit the jump for more. PaulDaPro

The Ironic Move Mayor Bloomberg Made!

You all remember when Michael Bloomberg banned things like soda and foods with a lot of sugar and salt in NYC right ? Well he banned all of those things from NYC residents until Hurrican Sandy.  He actually fed McDonald’s and coke to the victims of Sandy! Hit the jump for details. Steph B

(Photos) Mountain Dew & The NY Art Department Make A Statement Against Bloomberg’s Proposed Soda Ban

Mayor Bloomberg’s proposed ban on soda (to help combat obesity) in New York City is being met with much controversy, naturally. The city will be voting on it this Thursday so in response, soda company Mountain Dew came together with the New York Art Department to take a creative stand against the proposal. The two groups have started “PROHIBITION: NEW YORK CITY,” a local outdoor campaign featuring posters that show a faux 17oz can (the proposed ban is 16oz.). Check out more of the imagery below. Marisa Mendez

Tech Talk News: How Is Republic Wireless Doing a Year In Business???

Last year Republic Wireless announced they would have unlimited data and mins for only $19 a month.  And everything would be done though wifi or hotspots , the question at this point how is Republic Wireless doing since  since wifi and hotspots are not everywhere? Yungjohnnybravo x TatWZA

Tech Talk News: How Voting Power Changes, And What Google’s New Plan Does

Google is proposing a new stock structure that it says will help founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, along with Chairman Eric Schmidt, preserve their outsized influence over key company decisions. The triumvirate wants to protect their two-thirds voting power, a figure that has gradually slipped since the end of 2005, when they controlled 69 percent of votes. @Yungjohnnybravo @TatWZA

(Video) Tech Talk Crime: How Did You Get Your Smartphone/Tablet???

Robbers are no longer snatching pursues or chains. You smartphone or tablet are of more value to them now. Check out the crazy numbers from the NYPD report after the jump. +TatWZA X @ShottaDru Shotta Dru on Google+

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