Monthly Archives: March 2010

Health Care Reform: Can’t Live With It, Can’t Live Without It

There has been much coverage over the past year on the health care debate. Most of the debate has been over the level of the government’s role in providing accessible health care to Americans. The Obama administration has made health … Continue reading

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Move Back In With Your Parents? How About Your Parents Moving in With You?

This is another interesting article I found on the Pew Research Center’s website. I highly recommend you visit this website from time to time, as it has very interesting articles that follow trends in various themes such as economics, politics, … Continue reading

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7 Things You Should Never Say to Your Boss

This is an article I ran across today that lists 7 things that you should never say to your boss. Now, there are probably more than 7 things that you should never say to your boss. And I don’t typically … Continue reading

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12 References You Do Not Want To See

This was an article that was sent to me recently by a colleague. It is more fun to read about someone else’s mistakes and/or poor fortune. But I think the message is somewhat clear, and is also directly relevant to … Continue reading

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More Evidence That You Should Not Post Your Drunken Party Pics on Websites…

In a continuing effort to scare people, mostly students, from posting pictures of them partying (or anything that might embarrass or compromise), I am posting this link of an unfortunate story. The full link to the story can be found … Continue reading

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Top Ranked Job Search Sites

Top Ranked Job Search Sites by Dept. of Labor A link to the article can be reached by clicking on the blog title. It’s official: The list of top job search tools on the web, according to the US Department … Continue reading

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Demographics of Social Networking Sites

I came across this interesting artcle on a website that I regularly read, The Silicon Alley Insider http://www.alleyinsider.com. The article provided basic information about the demogrpahics of the user base of three of the most popular social networking sites, Facebook, … Continue reading

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Millenial Generation–How Will Their Entrance Into The Workforce Affect You? Part 1

I originally wrote this article back in March, but I felt it was important to update it. I attended the NCDA conference this past Wednesday here in San Francisco. I listened to a very engaging and energetic speaker Jason Dorsey … Continue reading

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Web 2.0 Experience

I read an interesting article on SFGate.com the other day. I found it to be an excellent introduction to my recent area of focus: using the internet to effectively market yourself. In a relatively brief article, the Chronicle describes how … Continue reading

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I’m Back!

Hi All,I have taken a bit of a hiatus from posting over the last year to catch up on my school work, and welcome my first child, our daughter! Yes, this last year has been somewhat of a whirlwind of … Continue reading

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