Michael Specht

A blog from Australia looking at technology, management, Human Resources (HR) and recruitment.

Entries Tagged as 'RSS'

Australian Vendors fail with RSS

February 18th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Blogging, HRIS, Recruitment, RSS ·

I was updating my feeds today and decided I had better add the news/press/media release for a number of local vendors. I had not done this earlier as last I had looked most did not provide RSS feeds, I had hoped this situation had changed. Unfortunately I was wrong. Of the 12 vendors I check before writing […]

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Slide show available online

September 12th, 2007 · 4 Comments · Blogging, HR Management, New Media, RSS, Social Networks, Wikis ·

I have put the slides from last night’s presentation online at SlideShare, they can be viewed via http://www.slideshare.net/mspecht/intro-for-hr-on-blogs-web-20/, only issue is you miss out on my fantastic commentary. A couple of points The cartoons are all Hugh Macleod’s of gapingvoid fame To review the buzz words you need to view the CommonCraft Show videos To […]

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Replacement eStarling Photo Frame

May 26th, 2007 · 2 Comments · Photography, RSS, Technology ·

When I returned from Hong Kong there was a package waiting for me in the mal room. The folks over at ThinkGeek and eStarling have been very nice and provided us who purchased a 1st generation eStarling Wireless Photo Frame with a replacement. Why? Well the first frame had a few issues, was a bit […]

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Job Search Affiliate according to Chris Pirillo

February 12th, 2007 · 2 Comments · Recruitment, RSS ·

I am amazed at how cool job sites have become in the last few months, it seems you are not part of the in crowd unless you have a job site!  I have been wondering what the benefit is to the job seeker having to go to all of these sites to find a job.  […]

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The sinking sub

June 15th, 2006 · Comments Off · Blogging, Communication, New Media, RSS ·

Being on a sub going down would be no fun! No one wants to be stuck at the bottom of the ocean in a sub. I suspect this is how the people at PubSub are feeling right now. Bob Wyman has openly spoken about the troubles PubSub is facing (via The RSS Blog). It seems […]

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