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Good resumes vs. Great resumes « Avichal's Blog
Below are three traits I’ve noticed all great resumes exhibit. This is not an exhaustive list and applies to the for-profit and non-profit sectors. Academia, art/music, and other fields likely exhibit other dynamics. I’m hoping to be helpful by sharing some tips I haven’t seen mentioned before.
resume  article 
march 2012 by rmateu
Dear Student: I Don't Lie Awake At Night Thinking of Ways to Ruin Your Life - Forbes
One of the popular myths of higher education is that professors are sadists who live to inflict psychological trauma on undergraduates. Perhaps you believe that we pick students at random and then schedule all our assignments in such a way as to make those students’ lives as difficult as possible. The older I get and the longer I do this, the more I recognize that we (the professors) need to be more transparent about our philosophies of evaluation. How does this work? Let’s clarify a few things.
education  article 
january 2012 by rmateu
Landing Pages That Convert | Chance Barnett
Creating a great landing page (given time) is not all about being a great copywriter or designer. It’s also a function of being a great tester.
business  design  article 
june 2010 by rmateu
How to hire a programmer to make your ideas happen | Derek Sivers
Do you have an idea for a website, online business, or application, but need a programmer to turn that idea into reality?
reference  business  article 
june 2010 by rmateu
New microsyntax for Twitter: three pointers and the slasher | FactoryCity
Normal words that would be part of the content of a tweet anyway SHOULD NOT be hashed.
article  reference 
november 2009 by rmateu
Build a Cheap But Powerful Boxee Media Center - Boxee - Lifehacker
Here's how I turned a relatively cheap yet powerful home theater PC into a DIY Boxee Box for my HDTV.
article  reference  media 
november 2009 by rmateu
Gabor hits Send: 7 Points on “The End of the Email Era”
Most people misread the WSJ piece as "email is dying". But email isn't dying, it's being complemented by new modes of communication. And despite Paul Graham's warning about "lists of N things", here's my list of 7 things to contribute to the social network updates vs. email debate.
article  emaill 
october 2009 by rmateu
Atlanta Braves news | ajc.com
That self-defeating behavior coined the phrase "Streisand effect," illustrated by an axiom from John Gilmore, one of the pioneers of the Internet, that: "The Net interprets censorship as damage and routes around it.
article  reference  learning  technology 
august 2009 by rmateu

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