Monthly Archives: March 2012

The ’Beginning of The End for Job Boards’ Kicks into High Gear…Monster Announces It’s ‘For Sale.’

Call it coincidence. Call it fate. Call it what you will.Like a turbo charged roadster with the pedal down in sixth gear and the finish line in sight, Monster’s recent public announcements confirm what once was only educated speculation: Big … Continue reading

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Is Email Going the Way of the Answering Machine?

Take a look at your inbox at work. How many unread messages are being displayed? Now, take a look at your personal email box. How many of those gems pile up before you take on the task of clearing out … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts Are Better Left Untweeted: Is Social Media Eroding Self-Control?

In line with last week’s blog about social media applications and ramifications surrounding airline travel, a recent article by CNN’s Todd Leopold regarding the speed, sociology and psychology surrounding social media got me thinking once again.The gist of his story … Continue reading

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