that's trivial, don't connect with any recruiter/headhunter choads. You do have your search-engine friendly resume online on your own website right? with "No Recruiters" at the top?
That's been working for me for 15 years, to hell with recruiters.
Not connecting to "choads" is not a solution because the whole idea of the site is that your profile is visible and that people not connected to you can see it.
How *I* use or don't use the site is irrelevant, I was just pointing out that she's probably going to be playing whack-a-mole with fake accounts: block one and another pops up. If someone want's to stalk you, linked in is pretty much the perfect place.
[W]hat is true is that evolution tests faith. The fact of evolution is incontrovertible and supported by mounds of empirical evidence. Faith, on the other hand, is fragile. It is supported only by the strength of human will. And this is where it gets tricky. Because to many believers, faith, not works, is the only guarantee that one can pass God’s litmus test and gain access to His divine kingdom. To lose one’s faith is to literally damn oneself. So tests to that faith must be avoided at all costs. Better to be a philosophical coward than a theological failure.
Ars is not a technical website. They are a tech news site.
I said I thought they were a "technical oriented website", contrasted to HuffPost which is a generalist news site (any political bias aside).
Ars seems to consider themselves to be technically oriented: Serving the Technologist for more than a decade. IT new, reviews, and analysis.
Look, I obviously pissed off some people who hold Ars in high esteem. All I was getting at is I felt the piece was a little fluffy, light on technical details, and oriented at laymen. Not the website for me, although it probably brings value and enjoyment to millions of people who are not me. Live and let live.