Richard over at the Gadget lounge has an interesting lead (possibly the hottest yet) on the pending (I am hoping for a when not if) launch on iTunes music store in Australia. According to Des tomorrow Jan 12th is the announcement date, even if it is not and it is later in the month itContinue reading “iTunes music store in Australia?”
Angus Logan has a couple of interesting snippets on the wealth at Google. Following yesterday’s post on Googles potential hiring issues it all makes sense that they might be having a small hiring issue. I for one would probably find it difficult to work in the same cube as someone who has $1 million inContinue reading “More on Google riches”
I have been exchanging a couple of emails with Mark Willaman from HRMarketer.com on the different sources we read. During this exchange I was struck by the lack of prominant HR thinkers who blog, and those that do publish online seem to only have email subscription services. For example the famous Dr John only hasContinue reading “HR Bloggers”
We are right into moving at the moment, official date of move 7th Feb, less than one month. This weekend we fly to Melbourne for the weekend to find somewhere to live. Spent the last couple of weeks reviewing domain.com.au and realestate.com.au and have narrowed things to about 15 places in south east Melbourne. TheContinue reading “The moving process”
Just catching up on some of my feeds and found this from the Monster Blog Top 10 buzzwords better left in 2004, very funny.
From John Battelle’s Searchblog I found an interesting post over at the Google Blog. What I found most interesting were the comments on John’s blog where readers seem to feel that Google might be the cause of their own issues. Over the last month or so there has been discussion in the last few weeksContinue reading “Google having trouble recruiting?”
Jenny over at The Shifted Library posted and snippet from Cutting Through on 10 ways to use blogs in for managing projects. A good post covering many great areas of potential usage. A couple of the items might be better suited for a Wiki, for example Issues Logs, or Capturing Requirements, but using a blogContinue reading “10 Ways to use blogs internally”
Well it looks like the courting process of PeopleSoft by Oracle is now over. After an 18 month chase the reluctant PeopleSoft has now been acquired by Oracle. Jan 14 is now the date when employees will find out who no longer has a job with the newly merged organisation, while the 18th is whenContinue reading “PeopleSoft oh sorry Oracle”
In the search for Cafes who are technology friendly I found a place in Ultimo that offers free WiFi to customers, @ 91 William Henry St.