Monthly Archives: November 2009

Can we really use Twitter to find a job?

Brian Ward lost his job on a Friday afternoon. Eleven days later he had a new one. With nearly 1 in 10 people out of work and the typical job search lasting 12 weeks, how did the Cleveland-based software architect pull it off? In a phrase: online social networking….    -Time Magazine   I recently led…

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My revolutionary thought…

For a long time I thought I was going to write about the love letter’s I’ve received and how they’ve shaped my life. The last three months have been focused on a quiet, positivity that has arose out of strength, or whatever I’ve found that became, lately.  I have them all laid out and the…

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Ewwwww.

Appearently I wrote poetry once. I don’t remember writing it, but upon further inspection and the to: address, I’m going to assume it was a momentary lapse of non-cynical judgement and that after years of bitter distress, I’m much better now. I was cleaning out old emails, (in an address that should never be opened…

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Marilyn-McHasbeen

It is with the deepest sympathy after trying fruitlessly to find the video otherwise NOT ON perez hilton, that I beg you, to put on your latex gloves, and don a hazmat suit: because we’s going in…. The Awful Then: The Reaction Perez draws white spots on ‘celebrities’ for a living, so when I received…

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There’s still so much time…

They call her Chickie because of her affinity for Chicklets.The soft and gooey, the sticky and colorful- would describe my aunt perfectly with her hugs, or words of encouragement- the daily quotes she posts to her facebook wall. Colorful and loving- someone who’s shaped my life with passionate words, thoughts and the idea that “Kate…

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