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“We should not recruit him/her because they are not [insert company name]- ian enough” – Sounds familiar?
I guarantee that anybody who recruits regularly has heard this, usually from someone considering themselves guardians of that nebulous concept – ‘our company’s unique culture’. Whenever I hear this, I always wonder if there is some actual logic behind

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OPM hack

We have all read recent hacking headlines- everything from internal emails from Sony being dumped to Hillary Clinton’s emails that were leaked online – but this hack is really interesting and dangerous. Why? Because when emails are dumped or when ATM pins are compromised, you know what the hackers’ intentions are – to embarrass a

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Read Newspaper

Here are some deep and long reads from around the web. Don’t expect a consistent theme – I just included the ones I liked – so the range is from a mid-level employee who embezzled $16 million from a local business to use of Drones as a Policy to a eccentric art seller who has

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Overthrow a government

This has got to be the most unusual presentation I have ever read or even heard of. At a recent defcon, Chris Rock a security researcher made a presentation on How to Overthrow a Government (yes, you read that right). He actually took an example of Kuwait and then presented how one can use a

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Battery charge

A recent excellent post from Android Authority about battery myths was enlightening -because I believed in 3 of them. I bet most of us will believe in all or most of these – but they are all myths

Plugging in your charger into phone all night long damages the phone: not true. Many years

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Tesla Model X

As if there weren’t enough reasons to want to buy a Model X , Elon Musk just gave us another one – Model X’s Bioweapon Defense Mode. This mode will rapidly clean air inside the car – like really really clean it. To prove the point, Tesla built a ‘bubble’ and put a Model X

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No explanation needed – just be amazed at how ubiquitous internet has become. By looks of it, we need to get a lot better at data compression!
An updated infographic from Excelacom

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As someone who has spent the last couple of years recruiting a lot, I have been noticing a disturbing trend – The 3 Month Notice Period! More and more companies now require their employees to serve a 3 month notice period after resignation with very little chance of getting relieved earlier.
One of things this