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10/26/2015
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Comic: Horrifying Things Said In Interviews

Sometimes you can say things in an interview that sound scarier than you intend.

How hard is it to get a little night-shift work without anyone mentioning stakes?

Brian Moore is a cartoonist and illustrator. His first brush with the world of IT was a very part-time gig applying software patches on a TRS-80 Model III. The patches were about four lines long and arrived in the mail, typed on letterhead. He has since moved on to computers ... View Full Bio
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Susan Fourtané
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2/5/2016 | 1:09:19 PM
Re: Horrifying Things Said In Interviews
Stacey, if you have not checked Evernote, I recommend you to have a look. There is a Basc level that is free. You can use Evernote to stay organized across your devices. Susan
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1/31/2016 | 3:20:29 PM
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I have not heard of Evernote. I still use Windows Live mail most of the time. 
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1/31/2016 | 1:04:49 PM
Re: Horrifying Things Said In Interviews
Things improve daily, thanks to technology.
Susan Fourtané
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1/1/2016 | 5:57:24 AM
Re: Horrifying Things Said In Interviews
That's true, Stacey. Several times I find myself overlooking inportant emails in a full and messy inbox. Now I upgraded Evernote and will start sending into and organizing some emails on Evernote. -Susan
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1/1/2016 | 3:25:17 AM
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@StaceyE, I do hope technology will make it better or improve it at least :)
StaceyE
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12/31/2015 | 3:34:58 PM
Re: Horrifying Things Said In Interviews
You're correct these days things aren't so simple.
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12/31/2015 | 3:15:12 PM
Re: Horrifying Things Said In Interviews
That is always possible. People are always in such a hurry that it is becoming common for important information to be missed.
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12/31/2015 | 3:15:12 PM
Re: Horrifying Things Said In Interviews
That is always possible. People are always in such a hurry that it is becoming common for important information to be missed.
Susan Fourtané
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12/1/2015 | 12:39:08 PM
Re: Horrifying Things Said In Interviews
Stacey, 

Maybe they didn't read your cover letter, or just read part of it. 

-Susan
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12/1/2015 | 3:42:57 AM
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This days nothing is easy or simple... it more like a game but with out end....
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