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At 8:05am on October 3, 2008, Susan Kang Nam said…
I always wonder about how you are able to manage all your time to do all that you do and produce such quality work as well Jim ~ :) I sent u an email message this morning ~ hope all is well! Best wishes ~ Susan
At 7:29am on August 12, 2008, Gavin Chase said…
Im listening to your podcast with Doug B as I type this....

Have you seen my site Want to be a Big Biller? A slightly different angle to Jason's site here, a little more specific around improving of the recruiter perforformance. RB.com is posting a feed on the site. Would you be interested in being involved in some way?

Be great to hear from you.

At 4:47pm on July 11, 2008, Chris Bell said…
What's going on Jim? How's ATL?
At 12:44pm on July 1, 2008, Vicki Z. Lauter said…
Jim Duuuude -
Keeping up with you through your Blog; love it! Keep up the good work!
At 4:03pm on June 24, 2008, Cameron McLaughlin said…
Hi Jim,

Enjoy your blog tremendously. Would be great to connect with you.
At 4:53am on April 20, 2008, Ajay Menon said…
Hi Jim, We ahve an office in Atlanta and i keep traveling there. It would be good to connect with you. Regards, Ajay
At 8:30pm on April 7, 2008, Tektree Gopi said…
Hi Jim.,


I noticed that you also maintain an active presence here in Recruiting Blogs. Let me invite you to pay a visit to my profile as well and to connect to my network on Recruiting Blogs.

I'm always open for professional networking especially in IT Staffing.

Some background on what I do.....
Technology Recruiter work with Direct Clients & Tier-I Vendor's for Temp(Contract) Positions. I am looking at gaining assistance from connections who can supply me any Technology positions from their Direct Clients.

If I can ever be of assistance to you, please don't hesitate to contact me directly.

There may not be any immediate need or opportunity for now for us to work together but I hope there will be one in the future, be it business or career opportunity. I am sure we will find mutual benefit by being connected directly which will also enlarge both of our views of the greater Recruiting Blogs network.

I am looking forward to welcome you as my connection.

Let us start our relationship with my Firm Air Handshake.

Thanks in Advance.

Best Wishes,
Link by gopi@tektreesystems.com
View Gopi Srini Tektree [gopi@tektreesystems.com]'s profile on LinkedIn
Yahoo/MSN/Google - IM: velloregopi

PSave trees. Print Only When Necessary.

At 9:36pm on February 22, 2008, Maya Walker said…

I saw your name on the page and thought it rang a bell. I checked linkedin and we're directly linked. Let's connect here, too.

At 12:16pm on February 11, 2008, Paul Lovallo said…
Hi Jim
At 11:08am on December 10, 2007, Lisa said…
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At 9:46pm on October 25, 2007, Chad Sowash said…
Hey Bro, great new comics..
At 7:37am on September 20, 2007, Leslie O Connor said…
Awesome editing on that video Jim - thanks so much for the great content. Any chance you could send me that one as a .wmv file (or other format). It is a good one to pass along.

Web guys are working on the site so we can get your videos streaming there.

At 6:04pm on September 17, 2007, Ray Towle said…
Hey Mr. 2.0!

You were ~~"Jamin as the SourceCon 2007 MC!

Kudo's on making the very difficult, seem very easy. [I know it ain't so.]

You were . . . Ah . . . well . . . Wow! to the 3rd power.

At 2:07pm on September 17, 2007, Marie Journey said…
Ultimate MC for 2007 - you made watching/heckling other people do internet searching entertaining. Oh, loved the booty shakin’ moments as well. Who said Sourcing was boring?
At 11:09am on September 17, 2007, Mike Notaro said…
I can't thank you enough for everything! It was a real honor getting to meet with you and spend as much time as we did together. Think I can hire you for my friends bachelorette party? 3:10 to Yuma was awesome. Speak to you soon!
At 10:08am on August 20, 2007, Jim Stroud said…
(Cryptic smile) I'll be around...
At 11:16pm on August 19, 2007, Recruitnik said…

I guess congrats are in order on selling your blog. I have a feeling this is not the last we will see of you or at least I know I can speak for many and say... we better hear for you!
At 12:28pm on August 8, 2007, Reansh said…
Hi Jim,

Your blog is really good.

At 9:45am on August 8, 2007, Amarjeet Singh amarjeet_s at os2i.com said…
Trying on this one for 2 days now.... Really tough...
At 1:49pm on August 7, 2007, Yusuf Pathan said…
True, its really very tough


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