well perhaps that explains it, as i have been carrying on an email
conversation about non-technical small business and kids. google has
always given me precise explanation so laughable workarounds can be
executed, that mean turning your brain inside out when doing a new
site, such as policing client's dead links, which might be at
elementary school auctions where they might have donated an item,
bribing friends to add links and google the new official site every
day, etc. these things are easy enough for computer people, but if
google wants to be even more ubiquitous, there are specific
improvements that bring more people on board. i can see they probably
already know i want to fix them.
On Jun 28, 2006, at 11:06 AM, Paul Pangaro wrote:
hah. i hear confirmed again and again that 'larry' [yes, THE larry] looks at every resume. every one. any attempt to scoff at this to employees is met with a patronizing, saddened look that says, 'you don't know how it works in googleland'
this is true! about every six months google actually emails me, or calls me on the phone to get me to send my resume and then I hear zip. this is sad because finally have competency, will take suicide assignments, and at a thrifty price with less degrees than some of you.
On Jun 27, 2006, at 10:10 PM, Kenneth Sloan wrote:
Paul Pangaro writes:hey, how come gobs of 25-year olds can get jobs at GOOG but one
long-ago staff researcher at negroponte's lab cannot? i'm not making
an assumption about the age of anyone's son, but speaking from
um, he's 22.
answer in 25 words or less and the winner gets two desserts and a nice meal at a restaurant whose title is either french or a double-entendre
That's 2 (2.5?) words.
Kenneth Sloan sloan@xxxxxxx
Computer and Information Sciences (205) 934-2213
University of Alabama at Birmingham FAX (205) 934-5473
Birmingham, AL 35294-1170 http://www.cis.uab.edu/ sloan/