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December 12, 2005 by joeKnowledge
Many moons ago I wrote about how "Is It Really As Simple As 'Work hard and you will make it'? and it would seem now that I have found out why I feel that way.

In a MSN Money article about college debt and over spending I read how basically most people my age (between 25-35) who went to school and *gasp* finished did not get the jobs, the money or any of the stereotipical stuff you usually would think you would get after *ahem* working hard through school (maybe even working full time while f...
August 2, 2005 by joeKnowledge
... the more I think it is the idea of the decade! More and more sites are cropping up that are trying to do what I been trying to set up for about 3 - 4 years now.

Now you have Indeed.com with its ability to search job listings across the net and giv you an RSS feed for updates and a newcomer named Simply Hired of which does almost the same thing.

Both use RSS technology to help those looking for work to find it.

But Simply Hired went a step further and now has created Simply Fired.
T...
May 27, 2005 by joeKnowledge
While this article is like totally promoting Outlook and MSN customer relationship management, it still is a good read. Keeping a good contacts list is just what you should do whether you have a job or ot. If you are starting your own business it is, of course, a good idea.
May 22, 2005 by joeKnowledge
Strangely enough, isn't that what Joe User sort of does already? Gawker Media?

SOURCE: MIT Technology Review


While mainstream media outlets grapple with the role they will play in the 21st century, a new kind of media is on the rise, one that promises greater transparency in the creation of news.

It's called collaborative citizen journalism (CCJ), where ordinary citizens band together on the Web to write original stories and critique mainstream media stories, using the Internet to con...
May 17, 2005 by joeKnowledge
More news on the job front. On blogger writes about how RSS feeds and classifieds could join forces to share content. SiliconBeat wonders if classifieds ads could shift from newspapers to eBay-craigslist to RSS:

The ability of web site owners to publish feeds of their content, known more commonly as RSS, could soon allow sellers and buyers, or employers and potential employees, to more efficiently find each other.

Consider XYZ Corp., which wants to hire five programmers. Its human resour...
April 21, 2005 by joeKnowledge
Anifanatic the blog has moved to Modblog.

Also, some journal entries not on the group blog at Modblog will be on the Devaint Art account
Those Anifanatics

I will post here from time to time but mostly the Anifanatic Issues or any major art report from esourcemagazine.

For those members who joined, as you already know, the blog on Modblog is a group blog.

The grand opening is set for next week friday. Bring food.
April 15, 2005 by joeKnowledge
SOURCE: BBC News

Bogus blogs snare fresh victims

The bogus web journals are being used as traps that infect visitor's machines with keylogging software or viruses.

Filtering firm Websense said it had found hundreds of bogus blogs baited with all kinds of malicious software to snare the unwary.

Websense warned that the baited blogs could get past traditional security measures that try to protect people from malicious programs.

Hidden harm

The company said blogs were being used ...
April 3, 2005 by joeKnowledge
SOURCE: Technology Review

A Bold Venture: Creating an 'Electronic Town Square' with Blogs
Ellen Simon AP Technology Writer

GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) -- It's a journalist's job to ask questions, but they're usually aimed at outsiders.

At the News & Record, a 93,000-daily circulation newspaper in Greensboro, reporters and editors are asking tough questions about the paper itself.

The biggest questions: If the paper needs to change to survive, what changes should be made? What can it do, e...
March 26, 2005 by joeKnowledge
Soooo the question is, when WILL there be a crackdown on blogging???



Sooner or later, especially with political blogs (like this one maybe??? Joe User down and out???)
January 19, 2005 by joeKnowledge
Links Archive Clusters are basically clusters of snippets from different website that provide interesting stories in technology, science, business, education and art. This isn't the first Links Archive Cluster, but I have decided to do it in 2 formats.

One can be seen here, and the other is from using Blog Navigator Pro of which is below. In the coming weeks, I will write (hopefully) a new article on Blog Navigator and how useful it is to creating your own knowledge base of archived stories a...
January 19, 2005 by joeKnowledge
SOURCE: The AC Guild on Joe User

Interesting Facts About The Ringsthe lord of the ringsBy: CaptainCornbreadSo, I was looking through the 2005 edition of the Guinness book of world records and on pages 173, 176, and 179 I found (in my opinion) the greatest trilogy ever making rather impressive records.

Let's start with the most well known. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King jumped into the record books with accepting 11 American Academy Awards. The awards were for Best Picture, ...
January 17, 2005 by joeKnowledge
SOURCE: CNET News.com

An Iranian cleric turns blogger for reformPublished: January 16, 2005, 7:50 PM PST - By Nazila Fathi

Mohammad Ali Abtahi, a vice president of Iran until his resignation last fall in protest against the new hard-line Parliament, is that rare reformist who has kept alive the movement's promise for open communications with the public.

For more than a year, Abtahi, a midranking cleric who has been a close ally and confidant of President Mohammad Khatami, has kept a We...
December 20, 2004 by joeKnowledge
SOURCE: More Than Just a Mommy on JoeUser.com Kids Given More Rights Than AdultsWashington Supreme Court Sucks!By: JillUser


You may have heard about the Washington State Supreme Court's ruling on banning parental telephone eavesdropping.  If not, you should look into it and be afraid.  What the hell are they thinking?!

A 17yr old kid assaults an old woman and steals her purse.  Some parents have an idea of who did it so they are on the look out.  A mom listens i...
December 6, 2004 by joeKnowledge
SOURCE: kuro5hin.org

Wikinews And The Growing Wikimedia Empire (Internet)

By Eloquence
Sun Dec 5th, 2004 at 07:53:56 AM EST

After almost two months of deliberation and voting, the Wikimedia Foundation has now officially launched the Wikinews project in English and German editions. More languages will follow soon. Wikinews aims to be to news media what Wikipedia is to encyclopedias: a free, comprehensive and, eventually, reliable source of information, collaboratively created by volun...
December 6, 2004 by joeKnowledge
This blog speaks to the problem and the possibility of other blogging sites taking the same line of thinking along with it.



Source: JesseWarden.blog  December 06, 2004Blogspam == DNS Attack 

I'm starting to think blogspam is the equivalent of a DNS attack. Currently, I'm effectively shut down. I cannot blog, because if I post an entry, I cannot allow feedback. My comments, if opened, will be open to predations by hundreds of blog spam comments a day. I don't have time to...