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Photo print special until 9-Jun-2010

Photo print special until 9-Jun-2010

Reno Dawn or Geiger 1 Panoramic Photos for  any wall! This is a Facebook-specific promotion. “Like” Brad Brighton (photography) (see the bottom of this post) and get either of these images (or both!) for only $400 each and free shipping! That’s over 50% off the normal price 0f $800 each and shipping extra, but only […]

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Musings on Employment, #2

Musings on Employment, #2

After having the earlier “down” post about the job search and the unrelated mental regurgitation (only partly digested, it seems, on reflection), I figure it’s worth taking a few minutes to highlight the fact that not every company, not every recruiter is so callous toward applicants, and that gives me hope. CyberCoders I’m going to […]

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Apple:AOL::AOL:CompuServe

Apple:AOL::AOL:CompuServe

What the hell? Another click-bait headline for an article filled with Apple-bashing garbage, designed to bring the masses in with their teeming, steaming fingers commenting away? Not really. It’s actually a complimentary comparison (though for the very reasons it is, many of the likely readers of this article will be offended). So I sit down […]

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Musings on Employment, #1

Musings on Employment, #1

So I find myself looking for work in what is claimed to be the recovery time of the worst recession since the Great Depression (although Nevada is still at record unemployment – 13.7% at last report), and some thoughts come to me. Despite the clear need for businesses to attract and retain experience and talent, […]

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Moving on…

Moving on…

The time at Bright Systems has been great experience. As things change, though, so must priorities and positions. What comes next? Unknown, but every job brings new learning, new skills, and new perspectives.

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The Politics of Social Promotion

The Politics of Social Promotion

So, something I don’t get… (well, there are many things I don’t get, but here is one in particular): companies who are on Twitter and want people to follow them, but seemingly aren’t willing to put in the work to filter replies and keep following their followers. I can see both sides of it, but […]

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