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Job boards must evolve or die

Over a year ago, I wrote about the changes in the job board world. I also promised myself I wouldn't write about job boards 'dying' for at least a year. Well, time's up! Are some job boards dying? Well, of…

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Technology, innovation, and procrastination

When you're in the midst of working, it's hard to stop. The work can be both addictive and rote - a deadly combination if what you really need is an hour or two of quiet contemplation. Thus, the three words…

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Cool job sites – part 2

A while back I wrote about some job sites that I thought were 'cool' - in other words, unusual (in a good way), well designed, and ‘of a piece’. I'm always prowling for new ideas and different ways to tackle…

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A new look for Job Board Doctor

Hey folks - it's a new look for the Job Board Doctor! I'm now on the Thesis framework (thanks, Eric) and - although it's not done - I'm inching toward a final revision.  Haven't quite figured out how to integrate…

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Job board software – competition is good

Back in the early days of job boards, technology was fairly straightforward - you hired programmers, told them what you wanted, and they created it. As we moved past 2000, many job boards were adding features piecemeal, updating their sites…

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Is your job board mobile?

Although I'm a bit skeptical of Google's recent prediction of the imminent death of the desktop, it is true that more and more people are using their mobile devices as some form of a portable computer - for proof, just…

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Cool job sites

Cool - now what is that, exactly? To me, it means unusual (in a good way), well designed, and 'of a piece'. In other words, if it's different and hangs together, or approaches the job board paradigm in a different,…

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