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City of Durham Alert

Durham city operations will be delayed until 11 a.m. on January 17, 2018

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Special City Council Meeting

Special City Council Meeting

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Special City Council Meeting

Special City Council Meeting

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Durham City Council Work Session Agenda

Durham City Council Work Session Agenda

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Durham Board of Adjustment Meeting Agenda – January 23, 2018

Durham Board of Adjustment Meeting Agenda – January 23, 2018

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Durham City Council Meeting Agenda

Durham City Council Meeting Agenda

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Durham Environmental Affairs Board Meeting Agenda – November 1, 2017

Durham Environmental Affairs Board Meeting Agenda – November 1, 2017 Update: Minutes added or updated

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City of Durham Trash Collection Alert

Durham’s Yard Waste and Bulky Items Collections Suspended. Regular Collections Schedule To Resume Next Week.

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City of Durham Alert

City Hall will delay opening until 10 a.m. on Thursday, January 4, due to weather and road conditions.

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Public Art Committee Regular Meeting (No Agenda)

Public Art Committee Regular Meeting (No Agenda)

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Public Art Committee Regular Meeting (No Agenda)

Public Art Committee Regular Meeting (No Agenda)

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Public Art Committee Regular Meeting (No Agenda)

Public Art Committee Regular Meeting (No Agenda)

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Public Art Committee Regular Meeting (No Agenda)

Public Art Committee Regular Meeting (No Agenda)

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Cultural Advisory Board Regular Meeting (No Agenda)

Cultural Advisory Board Regular Meeting (No Agenda) Update: Minutes added or updated

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Cultural Advisory Board Regular Meeting (No Agenda)

Cultural Advisory Board Regular Meeting (No Agenda) Update: Minutes added or updated

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Cultural Advisory Board Regular Meeting (No Agenda)

Cultural Advisory Board Regular Meeting (No Agenda) Update: Minutes added or updated

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Cultural Advisory Board Regular Meeting (No Agenda)

Cultural Advisory Board Regular Meeting (No Agenda) Update: Minutes added or updated

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Durham City Council Work Session Agenda

Durham City Council Work Session Agenda

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Durham Planning Commission Meeting Agenda – January 9, 2018

Durham Planning Commission Meeting Agenda – January 9, 2018

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Durham Historic Preservation Commission Meeting Agenda – January 9, 2018

Durham Historic Preservation Commission Meeting Agenda – January 9, 2018

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Joint City-County Planning Committee Meeting Agenda – January 3, 2018

Joint City-County Planning Committee Meeting Agenda – January 3, 2018

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Durham City Council Meeting Agenda

Durham City Council Meeting Agenda

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Durham Environmental Affairs Board Meeting Agenda – January 3, 2018

Durham Environmental Affairs Board Meeting Agenda – January 3, 2018

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Durham City Council Work Session Agenda

Durham City Council Work Session Agenda

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Durham City Council Meeting Agenda

Durham City Council Meeting Agenda

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Durham City Council Procedures Committee – 3 p.m.

Durham City Council Procedures Committee – 3 p.m.

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Feedly For iPhone X

By Edwin K

We have been using the iPhone X for two weeks and have found the fluidity of the touch-based interface and the beauty of the new OLED screen very inspiring. We just pushed out a new version of Feedly that takes advantage of these new features and more. We hope that you will enjoy using it as much as we enjoyed building it.

New Layout

The new Feedly app is optimized for the iconic iPhone notch and respects the bottom home area.

New iPhone X Layout

New OLED-Friendly Black Theme

The iPhone X comes with an incredible OLED display. We transformed the Feedly dark team to pure black, creating a sharper and more energy efficient experience.

OLED-Friendly Pure Black Theme

Seamless Buffer Integration

Lots of Feedly Pro users use the content they discover in Feedly to mold their digital identity and showcase their expertise on Social Media. Buffer makes sharing on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and other networks easier and more efficient. In this new version of Feedly, we have optimized the user experience for Feedly+Buffer users. In one click, you can jump from reading an article in Feedly to sharing that article in the Buffer app.

Thank you to Andy and the Buffer team for their collaboration on this joint project!

1-Click Buffer Integration

Polish, Polish, Polish…

  • Upgraded the Twitter and Facebook integrations so that you can easily share articles you find interesting
  • Improved the Google News keyword alert integration
  • Enhanced the source discovery experience
  • Fixed iPad share selection crash
  • Fixed iOS 11 save image crash

Available in the App Store (free)

 

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Durham Environmental Affairs Board Meeting Agenda – December 6, 2017

Durham Environmental Affairs Board Meeting Agenda – December 6, 2017

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Durham Planning Commission Meeting Agenda – December 12, 2017

Durham Planning Commission Meeting Agenda – December 12, 2017

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Durham Board of Adjustment Meeting Agenda – December 12, 2017

Durham Board of Adjustment Meeting Agenda – December 12, 2017

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Durham City Council Work Session Agenda

Durham City Council Work Session Agenda

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Durham Convention Center Authority Meeting Minutes August 31, 2017

Durham Convention Center Authority Meeting Minutes August 31, 2017

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Durham City Council Meeting Agenda

Durham City Council Meeting Agenda

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Historic Preservation Commission Meeting Agenda – December 5, 2017

Historic Preservation Commission Meeting Agenda – December 5, 2017

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Corner office condo for sale | $189,000 | Carrboro, NC

By James Kempski

LOCATION,LOCATION,LOCATION. Office suite in downtown Carrboro. This is a corner unit once leased by Tera Nova real estate company. It has maximum exposure when tenants and step out of the elevator and has a large glass front.Great for business start up or relocate to a more prestigious address. Plenty of parking available for your clients. Do not miss this opportunity to own in growing Carrboro and Chapel Hill. Posible lease to own.

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Durham City Council Work Session Agenda

Durham City Council Work Session Agenda

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Durham City Council Meeting Agenda

Durham City Council Meeting Agenda

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Durham Appearance Commission Meeting Agenda – November 15, 2017

Durham Appearance Commission Meeting Agenda – November 15, 2017

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Durham Planning Commission Meeting Agenda – November 14, 2017

Durham Planning Commission Meeting Agenda – November 14, 2017

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Durham Environmental Affairs Meeting Agenda – October 4, 2017

Durham Environmental Affairs Meeting Agenda – October 4, 2017 Update: Minutes added or updated

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Historic Preservation Commission Meeting Agenda – November 7, 2017

Historic Preservation Commission Meeting Agenda – November 7, 2017

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Durham City Council Work Session

Durham City Council Work Session

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Durham City Council Meeting Agenda

Durham City Council Meeting Agenda

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Durham Convention Center Authority Meeting 10/26/2017

Durham Convention Center Authority Meeting 10/26/2017

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Examples of Effective Team Newsletters

By Emily Veach

Ever struggle to find the right piece of content to share with a client or prospect? Or lose track of links shared in email chains or group chat?

We built Team Newsletters to solve these problems and help your team capture industry intelligence at scale.

There’s no need to copy-paste links or spend time formatting text. Simply activate your newsletters, and Feedly will do the rest.

Below you’ll find 4 example newsletters modeled after Feedly Teams customers in finance, information security, sales, and design.

Example 01 — Fintech Trends

Major players in finance are spending a lot of time and money to build, buy, and partner with emerging tech. The developments coming out of niche financial technology companies hold valuable insights for strategy teams.

With a newsletter like the one you see below, you can feed your team a steady stream of updates that help you identify the fintech startups using artificial intelligence, blockchain, and other technologies to disrupt the status quo.

Here is an example of a Team Newsletter focused on the payments industry.

Curated By: Strategy and Business Development teams

Read By: Corporate Strategy & Innovation teams, C-suite, and Sales

Benefits: Share knowledge across teams. Everyone receiving this type of newsletter would be able to quickly scan through the most important payments-related articles that have been saved to the Payments board

What We Love: Customize your newsletter by choosing a template with or without images. You can toggle this option in the settings for each newsletter.

Example 02 — Security Trends

Open source intelligence is now a company-wide priority, from the security analyst to the board room.

In this example, everyone subscribed to the “Security Trends” board will receive a daily newsletter with the latest articles that have been saved there. Note that this newsletter features the text-only template.

One of the best things about Team Newsletters in Feedly is that you can add email addresses for people and groups beyond your Feedly account, such as the CIO’s office or your internal speakers’ bureau.

Curated By: Information security analysts and security awareness leaders

Read By: Internal experts who give talks at security events, or account managers on the sales team who need to keep up with industry trends

Benefits: Feed your experts with fresh, relevant examples they can weave into their presentations. And for the analyst curating this newsletter, you gain visibility for your efforts raising awareness of these business-critical topics in a helpful and consistent way.

What We Love: In the newsletter settings, you can any email address to the newsletter recipients list, such as an internal email list or the CIO’s office.

Example 03 — Sales & Marketing

Sales teams use Feedly as a scalable way to arm individual sellers with news on their target accounts and prospects.

Sales trigger events—news that signals a potential selling opportunity—help you connect with potential customers at any stage of the funnel. In Feedly, lots of teams use Google News keyword alerts to track announcements such as acquisitions or investments, hiring for senior positions, or quotes from decision makers.

This example shows a newsletter for a board called “Growth Accounts.”

Curated By: Marketing, Sales managers, Client services

Read By: Send your sellers and customer success heroes a morning digest of news alerts mentioning their target accounts or brands.

Benefits: Create a Team Board for each account. Every morning Feedly will send out a beautiful email giving each of your sellers a 5-10 minute summary of news they need on their target brands.

What We Love: Gather feedback. Ask your sales team which articles were the most useful in the past week. Look ahead to next week’s sales meetings. Save new articles mentioning those accounts to tailor the upcoming newsletter to those clients or segments.

Create the set-up that works best for you and your team. Some will enjoy having one board for each account, while other teams might want to group accounts by segment. It’s up to you!

Example 04 — Design Trends

This final example is from our team at Feedly. We are very passionate about design and delivering the best user experience possible. We learn from each other, and we share insights we find from around the Web.

Three different teammates saved articles to our Design Trends board in this example:

Easily see who saved the story and any notes and highlights added by your team. Click on the article to open it in Feedly.

Curated By: Designers, product managers

Read By: Product, design, and marketing teams can save and share inspiring examples from other companies. Add notes to point out the features you like most.

Benefits: Newsletters are a great medium for brainstorming ideas. Team members can use this board to save blog posts, landing pages, and other types of content to this board from anywhere on the web.

What We Love: Mentioning a colleague in a note will send them a notification via Slack or email. Read about Feedly’s Slack integration.

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Introducing Team Newsletters

By Emily Veach

Leaders across every industry need to be ready for the next inevitable change to arrive.

By nature, the tech industry changes and adapts as new inventions arise. Technology executives have learned to manage change and the constant competition from startups. But for many other industries, this disruptive cycle is a new phenomenon.

Artificial intelligence pioneer Andrew Ng says tech has forced a new reality upon these other industries:

Today, Feedly is excited to launch Team Newsletters. It’s the latest addition to our intelligence tools for teams. Feeding your team with hyper-personalized industry and competitive news is a must. The trends you and your team uncover will help you stay in sync, gain deeper insights, and move faster than the competition.

Current solutions for keeping up with trends as a team fall short. By default, most teams rely on ad hoc email chains and chat to share links. These options lack context and add a lot of unwanted noise, chaos, and stress.

Our strategy team uses Feedly to disseminate pertinent news articles … The newsletter feature is very useful, so the selected items can ‘find the team members’ rather than the other way around.Clark Cameron, 3M Strategy & Market Research

Activate Newsletters for Team Boards and Feeds

There aren’t any extra steps to curate content or format the email. Save articles to Team Boards while reading in Feedly (or from anywhere on the web). Alternatively, activate the newsletter for a Team Feed for a digest of articles from that feed.

Newsletters are a natural extension of your team’s Feedly experience, full of great content from your trusted sources. For example, here’s the Feedly design team’s newsletter, generated from our “Design Trends” board:

Newsletters are a great way to quickly see the latest articles saved to your Team Boards.

You can activate a newsletter for each of your Team Boards, as well as your Team Feeds.

Let’s say each person on your sales team is following a set of boards related to their target accounts. Every morning they will receive a beautiful email digest with all the new articles saved to each of the boards they follow.

It’s delivered right to your inbox, giving everyone a personalized email newsletter to kick off the day.

Another great way to personalize your newsletters is by choosing from either a more visual or text-based template.

If you are already subscribed to Feedly Teams, you can activate your newsletter in just a couple clicks. Open one of your Team Boards and click on the email icon. Flip the switch to ON, and select your options.

Want to see how some of the most innovative teams are using newsletters? Here are 4 examples of effective newsletters for trend watching

Notes and Highlights Add Valuable Context

When you open a Team Newsletter in your inbox, you will see the email includes the notes and highlights your teammates have added to articles.

These valuable nuggets of context make it easy to scan for relevant insights to use on sales calls or strategy sessions.

On busier days, maybe all you have time for is a 5-minute overview of what has happened related to the topics in your Team Boards. Newsletters give you just that—a quick and easy way to keep up with the latest news.

And you can always click on an item in the email to read the full article.

Flexible Scheduling

In the settings for each newsletter, you can change the days and times you want your newsletters to land in your inbox.

Note: If you are subscribed to two or more newsletters scheduled for the same time, Feedly will bundle them into a single email.

In our team at Feedly, some of our Team Newsletters send daily, while others are less frequent.

This works well for remote teams like ours, as well as large companies with offices in different time zones.

If you have multiple newsletters set to send at the same time, Feedly will combine them into one email with a section for each board.

Disseminate Newsletters to Your Team and Beyond

You can add people outside your Feedly Team account to a newsletter too.

You might want to do this if you have an email list for experts in your company who speak at industry events. Feeding your experts with relevant industry news means they always have fresh examples to cite in their next talk.

Go to your Board Settings (pictured above) and enter the group or individual email addresses in the box labeled “external recipients.” They will receive the newsletter on the same schedule.

If you want to send your newsletter to multiple external email addresses, be sure to use a comma to separate each email.

External recipients—anyone not part of your Feedly Team—will be directed to the article on the source website, rather than going to the article in Feedly.

Beautiful on Any Email Client

We have optimized Team Newsletters to be easy to read on any device and email client.

One More Thing: Build Your Expert Brand

We love hearing from customers who tell us how Feedly has helped them master a subject area and grow professionally. Newsletters are a great way to become more visible in your team and your company.

Along with each article summary in Team Newsletters, you’ll also see who saved the article. By consistently finding and saving great articles, you naturally make a name for yourself as an expert.

Ready to get started?

Create your first newsletter

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Home for sale in Chapel Hill NC. Near UNC, Walk to Whole Foods

Remodeled throughout with original hardwood floors, urban style fireplace, new stainless steel appliances, bathrooms were restored to their original charm and beauty. Enjoy the large deck around the home while experiencing the natural surroundings with mature hardwood trees nestled on a secluded lot with a beautiful park like setting. Great location walk or bike to Whole Foods, Public Library, Restaurants, Shops and Booker Creek Trail is just around the corner. #GetMallard #MallardMe #MallardRealtyGroup #ChapelHill #UNC #JamesKempski #HomeForSale

Chapel Hill Living at its Best
Overview
Maps
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Features
Description
$379,000
Single Family Home
Main Features
4 Bedrooms
2 Full Bathrooms
1 Half Bathroom
Interior: 1,722 sqft
Year Built: 1974
MLS #: 2154306
Location
1609 Old Oxford RD
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
USA

James Kempski James Kempski

Mallard Realty Group
(919) 308-7597
[email protected]
http://JamesKempski.com

       

Listed by: Mallard Realty Group

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