The Top 10 Pet Peeves About Job Seeking

July 19, 2018 No Comments

The Top 10 Pet Peeves About Job Seeking Pet Peeves? I got ’em. Adventures in Career Changing means, well, a lot of job applications. Beyond networking, education and research, there are just sometimes some forms to fill out. I have filled out – I have no idea how many. And they come as a bit […]

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Collaboration

July 19, 2018 1 Comment

Collaboration Do you like collaboration? C’mon, all the cool kids are doin’ it. Well … maybe. We Mean Well We all start off life (or, at least, us American type folk – your mileage may vary) learning to collaborate. First of all, we learn how to share. And we are broken into little groups. Furthermore, we […]

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Social Media background check being used for jury selection

July 19, 2018 4 Comments

Opinion piece on the use of Social Media for determining juror fitness.

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The Rise of the Auto-Service Economy

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The Rise of the Auto-Service Economy The Auto-Service economy is coming. And as computers have increased in sophistication, as have other aspects of automation, it appears that the fundamental underpinnings of our lives are being altered. The Twentieth Century Consider how life was at the start of the twentieth century in the United States. Many […]

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The Karmic Wheel Turns

July 19, 2018 4 Comments

Social Media Karma What is the Karmic Wheel? I was once contacted by a friend, Phil Butler, to write an article for the Examiner. Now, Phil and I had known each other for a few years. We met through LinkedIn. We have never actually seen each other, in person. He’s not even on the same continent […]

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Writing

July 19, 2018 3 Comments

I bet it’ll look different. I bet it’ll be edited. I bet all sorts of stuff will change – if it’s accepted anywhere.

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Podcasting for Fun and Possibly Some Profit

July 19, 2018 1 Comment

Podcasting Podcasting can get you to a wider audience. It’s a different medium from what you might be used to. And it offers practice and the opportunity to polish some skills that you, the writer, might not have realized you needed, such as thinking on your feet and being an interview subject. Getting Started What […]

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Robot Building for Beginners by David Cook, a Book Review

July 19, 2018 No Comments

A review of Robot Building for Beginners by David Cook.

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Work at WebTekPro

July 19, 2018 No Comments

Work at WebTekPro I was hired by this Houston web design company in December of 2014. The story of my being hired is a bit amusing. For the past few months, I have been performing various social media tasks for a Star Trek podcast called, ‘The G and T Show’. This entails things like live […]

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They used to call me Robot Girl

July 19, 2018 3 Comments

What I’ve been up to and where I’m going.

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