[kwlug-disc] social media 101 -- how much huether can you handle? [FINAL NOTICE!!]
Robert P. J. Day
rpjday at crashcourse.ca
Thu Dec 10 05:04:20 EST 2009
On Wed, 9 Dec 2009, Raul Suarez wrote:
> Hi Robert,
> Sorry for not following up with you earlier. I was on training in
> Toronto and I'm just catching up on email.
> Are you still interested on me coordinating and/or advising on the
> web conference set up?
> Depending on the number of expected web participants there could be
> different alternatives. Most likely for all of them I would only
> charge for my time. If it requires the use of a paid service (only
> if there is a large number of participants) then that would have to
> be considered.
no, that's ok, it's all under control. just to refresh peoples'
memories, we're talking about this:
that would be happening this evening at the huether in one of those
upstairs areas. the rationale is that cheryl is doing this for a
number of long-time ex-colleagues who were recently terminated and she
wants to help them by giving a tutorial on how to best build your
online profile for the job market.
her *main* audience is her ex-colleagues but if you know anyone who
might specifically benefit from this, let them know and have them
contact cheryl. i realize it sounds selective, but she doesn't want
to throw it wildly open to the public, but if you or someone you know
would benefit, drop her a note and see if there's still room.
also, corporate recruiters might be interested in attending since,
let's face it, you'll be hanging out for an hour or two with a bunch
of very bright techie people who are now looking for work.
anyway, it's this evening so there's not a lot of time left to
decide. beyond that, you can take it from there. i believe cheryl is
supplying the munchies and nibblies for the evening as well. you
probably have to buy your own beer.
Robert P. J. Day Waterloo, Ontario, CANADA
Linux Consulting, Training and Kernel Pedantry.
Web page: http://crashcourse.ca
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