Posts Tagged with "Miscellaneous"

Happy Holidays from SOS Technical

Sunday, December 23, 2007

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For the Holidays this year, we made total elves of ourselves! Click the picture below to see us all. Left to Right: Trevor Jensen, Erik Backlund, Rory Boyer, and me–Robert Merrill Related Posts:Wpth, Wpth…. Is this thing on?But Wait, There is More!Calendar: Blogging for Business Conference MondayUtah Unemployment Death-Grip Loosening?Come one, Come all to Facebook… [...]

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Wpth, Wpth…. Is this thing on?

Thursday, December 20, 2007

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This installation of WordPress has been through the ringer.  Over the years and server moves, there were some corruptions in the database.  In the end, I couldn’t even edit my own posts! So, along with a new theme you’re looking at, you’re also seeing a refreshed and ready-to-rock database import (though it doesn’t look any [...]

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But Wait, There is More!

Thursday, November 1, 2007

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After months of contemplating going “public” about this, I have officially moved the center of my blog universe to http://txtually.com. The reason for this is to embrace the fact that I am more than just “jobs” or the “job guy” or the “recruiter”. There are a lot of things I am doing and interested in [...]

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Calendar: Blogging for Business Conference Monday

Thursday, October 18, 2007

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The Blogging for Business conference will be next Monday. Click below to see the Rocky Mountain Voices vidcast with Matt Reinbold and Brad Baldwin Related Posts:Network With MeaningCome one, Come all to Facebook… except you… and you… and…Calendar: Guy Kawasaki Speaking in Utah November 1st, 2007Twitter Me This – Why Hyper Connected People *Need* TwitterLinkedIn [...]

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Utah Unemployment Death-Grip Loosening?

Thursday, October 11, 2007

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Wow, what an amazing year this has been. The very tight unemployment rate seems to finally be seeing a little light with some well-known Utah companies laying off employees, other movement of employees from company to company still strong, and the relative salaries being paid seeming to stabilize instead of the spiraling out-of-control, even excessive [...]

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Come one, Come all to Facebook… except you… and you… and…

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

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Yeah, I know this is old news, but when Facebook puts up a tool asking you to import your Gmail contacts, and then BANS YOU for doing exactly that… something’s gotta be said. Harry Joiner, the Marketing Headhunter, was banned for doing just what Facebook said. Maybe it’s because he’s a “recruiter” (boo, hiss) and [...]

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9-11: Where Were You?

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

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[Spectacular image, called "Remember," courtesy of i'mjustsayin on flickr] via Continuing a thread from last year, please go to that post and either comment or trackback to that post relaying where you were and what you will always remember about 9-11-2001.  Also, Go here and mark where you were on the globe on 9-11-2001 Related [...]

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Calendar: Guy Kawasaki Speaking in Utah November 1st, 2007

Monday, September 10, 2007

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I noticed in my Connect email this morning that Guy Kawasaki will be speaking in Utah (brief autobiography) on November 1st, 2007 (). He will be speaking on business, and it’s expected that he reveal everything unknown in the known universe… or, at lease a few cool things about How to Innovate and Change the [...]

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SOS Technical Lunch at Asian Star

Monday, September 3, 2007

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SOS Technical Lunch at Asian Star Two of our team members are moving to Houston, TX. to start a technical recruiting branch there. Plus, two new team members have joined our team, one of us had a baby, another had a birthday and another has been with us a year this week. … lots to [...]

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hCard Embedded in New Email Signature

Friday, August 31, 2007

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<GEEK: BEGIN> I updated my work email signature and felt a little saucy and embedded my hCard information right into the HTML. (Yes, the Unix users out there who only read plain-text emails won’t see it). hCard is a microformat, a way to encode certain pieces of human-readable information with machine-readable meta-data to allow computers [...]

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