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Welcome Reader!

Posts on the social networking aspect of recruiting from the viewpoint of a non-recruiter.

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Anyone on RecruitingBlogs.com attending BlogWorld Expo?

I decided to attend. It is on Nov 8 & 9 in Las Vegas.

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Posted on September 29, 2007 at 9:48am

Phone vs. Internet: Complete SourceCon Session on Video

Hey this is great. How many other sessions were recorded?

Phone vs. Internet Screenshot

Google Video Link

Posted on September 24, 2007 at 5:16pm

That's a big word Dave!

Folksonomy. AKA collaborative tagging, social classification, social indexing, or social tagging. What a great way to introduce this abstract concept! Dave Copps had just a wonderful talk at SourceCon about real nature of information on the web and how it relates social networking. Web 3.0. This is very much along the line of "Everything is Miscellaneous" by David Weinberger ISBN 0-8050-8043-0.

I also noticed that Dave uses a Mac.…


Posted on September 18, 2007 at 8:52pm

Another SourceCon Picture: Amybeth Interviews Audience.

Sourcers have diverse backgrounds.

Amybeth Hale Interview

Posted on September 18, 2007 at 5:55am

SourceCon1: "Wow"

I wanted to thank everyone here who met me at sourcecon1. More blog posts to come.

Sourcecon1 Challenge

Posted on September 14, 2007 at 4:55pm — 1 Comment

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At 10:29am on December 11, 2007, Lisa said…
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At 12:37pm on September 22, 2007, Amitai Givertz said…
Hi, James

Thanks for your comment on my Recruiting Animal Radio debut! I'm glad you'll be tuning in for more.
At 6:52pm on September 18, 2007, Dave Copps said…
It was great meeting you @ SC JAmes. Let me know if you want to be part of the public beta!
At 3:36pm on September 18, 2007, Suzy Tonini said…
Hey James!! Great meeting you at SourceCon and sorry there wasn't more time to chat...perhaps next time?
At 7:47am on September 17, 2007, Leslie O Connor said…
Thanks for the kind words - I'm so glad you enjoyed the conference. Tell your friends :) We are already starting the planning stages for 2008!
At 4:56pm on September 10, 2007, Recruiting Animal said…
Top of the world back, Pa!
At 5:30pm on September 6, 2007, Slouch said…
Hey James, Thanks. Yah. When I sold the domain name Recruiting.com to Jobster, I went into a little panick because I no longer had any one word domain names. Slouch was cheap so I bought it. I see it as an interesting brand due to the fact most people I have met no matter how rich or how poor, have a little "slouch " in them. Thanks again for listening. I appreciate it
At 6:58am on September 5, 2007, Daniel Sweet - Houston Recruiter said…
Thanks for your nice comments! And, of course, thanks for buying the book!

I don't know if I'd go so far as "Marketing Ace". I think something more like, "Got a little knowledge and is now dangerous" is more like it...

Thanks for listening to the interview,

At 1:17pm on July 20, 2007, Recruiting Animal said…
Hey, Jimmy thanks for listening. If you ever think you'd like to be a guest, let me know. We could fight for an hour or even 20 minutes. Up to you.
At 12:34pm on July 19, 2007, Recruiting Animal said…
Did you listen to yesterday's show with Lou Vong? It's really web 2.0. Second Life.


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