land (you decide what pissed off the Lord).
And Steve Jobs will be negotiating a contract to start the development of an Apple App that'll connect the experience of Heaven and of Hell in 6D on a magnified version of the IPhone (which will also deliver actual sight and sound with smell, taste, and feel senses). The idea being that humanity at large needs to be reminded of definitive outcomes. And that our mere-mortal- temp-on-earth status is accelerating to a logical end. Therefore this development, of Steve Jobs' passing is meaningful because Einstein, Edison, Da Vici, Archimedes, Pythagorus, Pascal, Copernicus, Newton, and Rodney Dangerfield (for laughs) among others have been anxiously waiting to get started on thee project to inspire mere mortals to behave as if they had limited time on earth; and that getting along with all others, and our ecosystem, should be the proper focus going forward.
Sorry for getting mello-dramatic, but the idea that Al Davis, or any owner who moves a beloved team (I speak for fanatics...imagine the Cubs being moved), didn't have dues to pay is just not right. They need to go straight to PURGATORY...
ine and searchable directory of talent management technologies and services, today welcomed HR and recruiting professionals everywhere as bloggers. Additionally, TMT announced TheATSGuy Review, TMT Talk and the TMT Editor's Corner, three regularly updated blogs visible on the TMT front page.
TalentManagementTech.com marshals the very latest in Web 2.0 functionality to create a free online community that helps improve search engine optimization (SEO) for professionals in human resources, recruiting, and talent management technologies and services. Through its affiliation with Onrec.com, Online Recruitment Magazine and other global media properties belonging to U.K.-based Tarsus Group plc, TMT is able to reach hundreds of thousands in the talent management industry.
"Blogging is a hallmark of Web 2.0, and TMT has a stellar lineup of writers already blogging on a regular basis," said RD Whitney, founder of TalentManagementTech.com and CEO of Caroo Media, online publishing arm in the U.S. for Tarsus. "Fittingly for TMT, which prides itself on being as Web 2.0 as it gets, anyone in the talent management profession is welcome not only to blog on the site, but also to upload their news and PR -- all activities that will make them highly visible to their peers in the talent management marketplace."
Talent management professionals who wish to blog at TalentManagementTech.com may do so by visiting the registration page and then following the instructions included in the e-mail that TMT subsequently sends to them.
Additional TMT features, along with blogging, define the site's utility, encapsulate its potential and are free to participants. First is TMT's "Who's Who in Talent Management," which offers anyone in talent management the ability to create and enhance a professional profile at the site. Second is the TMT Directory, which lists more than a thousand firms that offer technologies and services for the talent management professions. Furthermore, anyone who has a professional profile on TMT may also enhance and expand a company listing on the TMT directory.
An extension of his blog at JobDig, Inc., a company that helps businesses with their hiring and recruitment advertising, Jake Stupak's blog at TalentManagementTech.com is TheATSGuy Review. In it, he covers the market for applicant tracking systems (ATSs). (More than a hundred suppliers of ATSs are in the TMT Directory.) A product specialist for JobDig Tracker's own ATS, Stupak provides an impartial, unbiased assessment of ATS technology with every post to TheATSGuy Review.
"I’m excited to be part of the TMT community, extending my reach and collaborating with others interested in HR, recruiting and technology," said Stupak. "During my twelve years in this field, I've researched countless ATS solutions by following buying patterns and talking with HR professionals and recruiters. I've found that many people struggle with what to look for in an ATS and how to best utilize existing ones. As TheATSGuy, I blog on what I've learned."
Paula Santonocito writes TMT Talk, a blog that features news, analysis, and musings on talent management technology. Features editor of Online Recruitment Magazine, AIRS News editor, career editor of SingleMindedWomen.com and author of nearly 1,000 articles that have been featured in many global and domestic publications and information outlets, Santonocito brings to TalentManagementTech.com deep insight into the talent management profession.
“In the course of my work I come across a lot of news," said Santonocito. "Through TMT Talk, I can pass along relevant bits of information to HR and recruitment professionals and fellow members of the media, and also share ideas and thoughts. The community aspect of TalentManagementTech.com makes it a great place to talk.”
TMT Editor's Corner
Brent Skinner, editor and chief of TalentManagementTech.com, is also author of the TMT Editor's Corner. Author of hundreds of news releases that use search engine marketing (SEM) to their advantage, Skinner possesses a deep understanding of PRSEO (public relations search engine optimization), a concept TMT rests upon. An adjunct professor at Boston University's College of Communication, Skinner has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal and elsewhere. Contributing editor to Executive Recruiter News, he is author of several research reports that explore key trends in the recruiting profession.
"The TMT Editor's Corner is a place where I link developments within the TMT community with those in the talent management industry itself," said Skinner. "An environment where participants can at once learn more about their industry, build their peer networks and improve their SEO, TMT is a central destination and PR tool for HR and recruiting professionals."
TalentManagementTech.com (TMT), the most comprehensive searchable directory online of talent management technologies and services, is a creation of Caroo Media, the online media division of Tarsus Group plc (www.Tarsus.com), the international B2B media company. TMT runs on the new FireStarter B2B community platform (www.MyFirestarter.com), enabling anyone to interact on the site and become his or her very own "firestarter" of content. In addition to the many free activities available to all, TMT offers the TMT PR Boost Campaign™, harnessing the power of public relations for Web 2.0 to dramatically improve a firm's search engine presence through PRSEO (public relations search engine optimization). TMT's editor in chief will work with a company to draft a marketing statement and article that cast that business in the best possible light. This becomes the TMT Spotlight, the centerpiece of the TMT PR Boost Campaign. The TMT Spotlight displays on the TMT homepage for an extended period of time and at Onrec USA, and TMT sees to it that the TMT Spotlight displays in online news search results. Additionally, a company that participates in the TMT PR Boost Campaign retains rights to reprints of the TMT Spotlight and has the opportunity to conduct a related webinar, which TMT advertises to its lists of thousands of talent management professionals.
The following individuals are available to answer questions and to provide more information about TMT:
RD Whitney, CEO or Caroo Media and Founder of TMT
e-mail: rd AT onrec DOT com
Brent Skinner, Editor in Chief of TMT
e-mail: editor AT talentmanagementtech DOT com…
Added by RD Whitney at 8:27am on November 11, 2008