Posts Tagged with "Links"

Jason Alba is very nice

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

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Jason Alba, who invented the Job Seeker’s best-friend, included me in his blog carnival today.   And, he said such nice things about me that I had to just post back and say: “Awww, shucks.” Related Posts:My First iMix: Summertime Mix July 2007Interview Tip from Wikipedia: Avoid Weasel WordsNew All Jobs SearchDon’t Crack My PasswordWhat Have [...]

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My First iMix: Summertime Mix July 2007

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

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  Summertime Mix July 2007 Playlist Notes: I don’t think you can find a set of songs so perfect for top-down cruisin’Well, iTunes version 6 or greater lets you click a playlist in your iTunes program and submit an iMix of the songs in there to be contained in the iTunes store. Here’s my first [...]

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Add Horsepower to Your Marketing Communications

Friday, June 8, 2007

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Steve Spence tossed me this link to check out, and I agree that Utah business communications consulting powerhouse Twelve Horses recently launched a new blog, sharing some great tips, hints and ideas for effective total-integration marketing and communications strategies, like this post: Marketing By Accident I cant tell you how many time I have talked [...]

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New All Jobs Search

Thursday, July 20, 2006

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Of course, I like to promote the jobs I am hiring for, but in the spirit of Web2.0, mashable content, and trying to exhibitlovecat-like tendencies (and because I think it’s cool that I can do this), I had created a long time ago a search tool to help job-seekers get in touch with any and [...]

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Cleared My Calendar

Monday, June 26, 2006

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I just cleared my calendar for Aug 26-28th so I can attend BarCamp Utah. Related Posts:Calendar: April Tech Spotlight Today 3-4pmJuly Geek Dinner DetailsJuly Geek Dinner: Wed. July 26thCalendar: Blogging for Business Conference MondayCalendar: Utah Tech Spotlight — DOBA

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Don’t Crack My Password

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

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Steve Gibson made the ultimate online password generator for helping you secure your WPA wireless network (or anything else you want a completely random string of gobbledy-gook that will never be guessed) My visit to the page generated this password (don’t steal it): QRlSu%QhEl”ig/h:>_D>~n+[%p`&n;a-S~]7=.Ni07I9db’PWK-4+QAN+p0k_,P Get your own >> https://www.grc.com/pass Related Posts:My First iMix: Summertime Mix [...]

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What Have I Done For You Lately?

Thursday, December 8, 2005

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Hopefully, I’ve done a lot. Between my blog for hiring managers, this other one for technical job-seekers, posting our jobs online in an easy-to-read format (all with full RSS feeds and free email subscriptions), and even some podcasting and geek-links thrown in for kicks–I hope there’s at least a little value here . If you [...]

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Really Bad Powerpoint

Tuesday, November 8, 2005

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Seth Godin has an e-book that you can and should read through–even if you think you’re immune to the bad powerpoint disease. It is called Really Bad Powerpoint. Hey, it’s free, and it just might prevent some of the groaning you hear next time you say, “everyone to the conference room, I’ve got something to [...]

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You Get What You Deserve

Thursday, October 6, 2005

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One of the defining moments of the last year taught me a glaringly simple, yet startlingly powerful principle: “You get what you’re committed to.” Not matter what filters are applied to a situation–socioeconomic, educational or otherwise, the fact remains that when all is said and done, those who are determined to succeed are standing on [...]

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Hiring Hurricane Relief Victims

Wednesday, September 7, 2005

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I think this is an excellent move by the Department of Homeland Security: The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced a 45-day timeframe in which no sanctions will be placed on employers who accept I-9′s from applicants who lack appropriate identification due to being displaced by Hurricane Katrina. In many cases Social Security Administration and [...]

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