Friday, January 26, 2007

Jobster.com Sucks.


Jobster.com Sucks.

I have observed Jobster.com, pretty nice Web2.0/RoR site on first look. Ok, let's search for some work. Input : "telecommute python php". Get 4 pages with results. Click one by one. And what I see,
80% of results is "This job is no longer available". WTF? So why it's still in the search index?

And at the end, very funny quote in their press release :
"..Jobster has 114 employees, $30 million in funding .."

Nice, it seems like all $30M was spent on ferrari's for top management.

Monday, May 29, 2006

Meet New (Random) Friends at Fo.rtuito.us

Very cool concept. I had time for register there and write message, but on post site gone down because of digg-effect :). Check it out after some time.

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When you register at Fo.rtuito.us it randomly introduces you to another member. You have four days to interact with that member via anonymous email to see if you can become friends. If after those four days both people decide they would like to stay friends, they are added to your permanent friends list. You are then introduced to another person.
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Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Flock test

Testing blog editor in Flock.

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Flock test

Testing blog editor in Flock.

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Sunday, April 02, 2006

I love UBUNTU!

I really like Ubuntu. The speed with that they fix bugs is staggering.
Thanks guys.

Thursday, December 01, 2005

Novell t-shirt

Heh, I have not got the free t-shirt from Novell. Heh, don't care :). But they don't miss the chance to send me the ad with "Novell Linux".

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Novell
to me
More options 10:12 pm (45 minutes ago)
Thank you for your interest in Novell Linux. I am so sorry to say you
will not be receiving a Novell t-shirt. T-shirts were on a first come
first serve basis and we ran out within hours due toan overwhelming
response. Please find attached: Top Ten Reasons to Choose Novell.

And again we apologize that we were not able to give everyone a
T-shirt.

Cheers,

Novell Marketing