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Looking for a job at LinuxWorld (short video)

By Robin 'Roblimo' Miller on August 09, 2007 (9:00:00 PM)

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San Francisco -- The show floor at LinuxWorld, like at most commercial trade shows, is primarily devoted to selling goods and services. But it's also a good place to make contacts if you're looking for a job.
Not only that, some of the exhibitors are at least as interested in recruiting as they are in making sales, or contacts that may lead to sales, and in a few cases, their presence here is all about recruiting, and nothing but recruiting.

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Looking for a job at LinuxWorld (short video)

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 132.72.149.69] on August 10, 2007 08:23 AM
I can't see any of the videos on this site :(
I have everything installed, but mplayer & vlc plays only audio :(
help please ...

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Looking for a job at LinuxWorld (short video)

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 66.122.165.195] on August 14, 2007 08:02 PM
I could see how a person would not want to show up in frount of the world by accident however, with all this tech. available perhaps trade shows could preview there wares and posibly after the fact make a virtual walk through of the show available on the web since, the whole point is to get the word out (isn't it?)-try something here "livelihood" I checked a dictionary couldn't find the word however found liveliness and lively I would guess livelihood is a word that could be spelled whith an i or a y?-am I now beholden to some copywrite for the use of that refrence in public? And, would that as a consequence make misspelled words just as legitamat forms of expression since a more formal discription may infring a copywrited list. Some general guidlines may be in order and a refrence to them maybe from the publishing industry as more teaching aids become web based tutorials that may bare upon source documents and ownership of information. Thank You.

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