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Comment: Re:Personally I'd rather you were honest with me (Score 1) 344

by Associate (#29699233) Attached to: When Do You Fire a Headhunter?

Problem is most people in HR are those pretty girls who do an hours worth of work a day between their manicures, phone calls and facebook browsing. I've seen it too many times for it to be anecdotal. They latch onto a few key phrases to get themselves by. Ask any citing 6 Sigma or 5S what those letters really mean? All that jargon and alphabet soup can be spewed out by any idiot, and usually is.

Microsoft

A Real Bill Gates Rant 293

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the well-that's-not-so-bad dept.
lou ibmix XI submitted an email written by Bill Gates a few years ago and turned over to the feds as part of the government's antitrust case. Great quotes like 'Someone decided to trash the one part of Windows that was usable?' and 'The lack of attention to usability represented by these experiences blows my mind.' We like to think of him as an abstract, but I think this is interesting stuff. Also, this might seem familiar. Oops.
Science

Scientists Solve Century-Old Optics Mystery 265

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the all-out-of-joementum dept.
evan_arrrr! writes "From the article: Since the early 20th century physicists have known that light carries momentum, but the way this momentum changes as light passes through different media is much less clear. Two rival theories of the time predicted precisely the opposite effect for light incident on a dielectric: one suggesting it pushes the surface in the direction light is traveling; the other suggesting it drags the surface backwards towards the source of light. After 100 years of conflicting experimental results, a team of experimentalists from China believe they have finally found a resolution."
The Courts

Another Attempt At Using the Courts To Suppress an Online Review 180

Posted by Soulskill
from the it's-true-i-read-it-on-the-internet dept.
gandhi_2 writes with this excerpt from the SF Chronicle: "A San Francisco chiropractor has sued a local artist over negative reviews published on Yelp, the popular Web site that rates businesses. Christopher Norberg, 26, of San Francisco posted the first review in November 2007 after visiting Steven Biegel at the Advanced Chiropractic Center on Valencia Street. In the six-paragraph write-up, Norberg criticized Biegel's billing practices and said the chiropractor was being dishonest with insurance companies. ...The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a local nonprofit that supports free speech online, is considering helping with Norberg's defense. Matt Zimmerman, an attorney with the group, said Biegel will get far more negative publicity from filing the lawsuit than from a bad review on Yelp. He said the foundation is seeing more and more cases of people trying to use the courts because they're unhappy with postings on the Internet."

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