When it is your native language peculiarities of the language tend to be overlooked. For example, in Turkish vocalization of vowels are horrible. We kid ourselves that it is very simple and regular. They might be simpler than English, but there are strange variations. I became aware of those modifications only in University while trying to explain my English teacher, how we understand particular homonyms' different meanings out of context. It turned out that they were not homonyms, but homographs.
And yes, I cheated by using Google now, it is not possible to remember homonym, homograph and homophone after 20 years
maintaining a Facebook page has much to do with what kind of employee I want, unless perhaps those "tweets" particularly socially unacceptable.
Unfortunate point you seem to be missing is that HR do not care about "what you need". And maybe due to my increasing age, I can understand their PoV. They do not understand, or they do not believe that it is their job to understand what you and your future co-worker, assistant, slave would be doing while working. I have spent maybe hundreds of precious working hours to explain, if a network team could find time to play a networked FPS, it is a good network team. In short IT definition of work is not compatible to suits' definition of work. HR mainly concerns with turnover rates, costs and business ethics etc.
HR people usually believe that sociable candidates are better that not so sociable ones. So that, regardless of the qualifications related to technical abilities, they are looking for such activities. So a good social networking presence is a better start for any job applicant. Fortunately Linkedin and slashdot are also acceptable as social networking environments for most HR experts.
I do not have many real friends, who has them I do not know...
"They're not happy at all," said Woodward. "It was said very clearly, you will regret doing this. He added that he was "very uncomfortable to have the White House telling reporters you're going to regret doing something. Let's hope it's not the strategy.""
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Surely they could solve this using a verbal code.
I guess "secure" means more than "secret" in the context of TFA. As it is mentioned that regular radio can be triangulated, hence I am assuming that "secure radio" should be protected from that. Which might mean serious frequency hopping and probably bouncing signal from big birds flying above etc...
In short we are producing and using serious amount of IT resources, but those are not being utilized as efficient as expected in the past....