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Sep 14

Chris Hoyt @RecruiterGuy  sharing a case study at #mrec12  - First presentation that he  created 100% on a mobile device #mdice (Taken with Instagram)

Chris Hoyt @RecruiterGuy sharing a case study at #mrec12 - First presentation that he created 100% on a mobile device #mdice (Taken with Instagram)

Feb 28

joelcheesman:

Who Really Uses #LinkedIn ?

joelcheesman:

Who Really Uses #LinkedIn ?

“We don’t always learn a lot of winning, but we learn a tremendous amount from our mistakes.” — Toshiba America Information Systems’ CEO Mark Simons (via joelcheesman)

12 Creative Ways to Recycle Wine Bottles

12 Creative Ways to Recycle Wine Bottles

Everest Group Recognizes SourceRight, a Randstad Company, as One of Three Providers with Most Market Success in Blended RPO - Yahoo! Finance -

It’s funny how paths cross again…

(Source: jeremy-roberts)

Bullhorn Reach Blog | Social Recruiting: Want to Learn What’s New in Bullhorn Reach? -

I highly recommend Bullhorn Reach. Love the posts to LinkedIn and the Radar feature. Best of all it’s free. 

bullhornreach:

By Kristin Zajac

If you’re a Bullhorn Reach user, you’ve probably noticed improvements to the product over time. That’s because we are constantly listening to your feedback and striving to help you get the most out of Bullhorn Reach. In fact, we are releasing new features…

Love it! Wish we had snow this past winter in the big D…
rocketboom:

Via

Love it! Wish we had snow this past winter in the big D…

rocketboom:

Via

(via shallify)

Feb 02

We heard the Meteor “boom” last night!

NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The FAA has confirmed a meteor likely passed across the sky of the Southwest United States Wednesday night, with many people in the Dallas/Fort Worth area hearing and feeling the sonic boom.
The meteor, which was reported from everywhere from San Antonio to Oklahoma City, was spotted around 8:00 p.m. Wednesday.
Kevin Palivec, a former television photographer in the Abilene area captured video of the meteor on two remote cameras 60 miles apart.  Images from the cameras show a bright streak passing overhead.

We heard the Meteor “boom” last night!

NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The FAA has confirmed a meteor likely passed across the sky of the Southwest United States Wednesday night, with many people in the Dallas/Fort Worth area hearing and feeling the sonic boom.

The meteor, which was reported from everywhere from San Antonio to Oklahoma City, was spotted around 8:00 p.m. Wednesday.

Kevin Palivec, a former television photographer in the Abilene area captured video of the meteor on two remote cameras 60 miles apart.  Images from the cameras show a bright streak passing overhead.

Feb 01

5 Out-of-Date Job-Search Tactics

Jan 31

imjeremyr:

The Talent Crunch Will Define the Tech Industry in 2012

imjeremyr:

The Talent Crunch Will Define the Tech Industry in 2012

(via jeremy-roberts)