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Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Who are you choosing not to hire and why?
Mood:  a-ok
Topic: Business

""-,...risks associated with gathering information online about candidates include the questionable accuracy of online material, the possibility of collecting irrelevant and out-of-date information, and the likelihood of uncovering material which the candidate would definitely not wish to divulge."

See also

The Essential Resource for Tourism Workforce Development web site - in operation since 1979.

Background Checks Using Social Media Sites

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At some point in time, RYP or whatever epononymous name he wants to use et al, must have had at least some degree of foresight as to what type of difficulty would or may potentially ensue for the offended party.  Whatever his motivation he uses to get by as an excuse for such behavior only underscores the fact that he always been a person to which no type of behavior can remain proscribed for any length of time as so long as he can practice it. I can say or call it the vaunted seat of hypocracy but I am not the one publishing emails and private communications of other people as I see fit.

RYP is an ex-Canadian. That is, he took it upon him self at an early age to disvow him self from establishing him self owing to our statehood and nationality. This is not secretive information but is supplied by the author him self.





Involuntary. Loss(y). Privacy is a timely compilation of works that looks at the Internet’s evolving impact on our daily lives and the ways in which we are unintentionally identified/identifiable by data that is collected, captured and stored. Recent events in the national news media about racial profiling remind us of just how powerful a single fleeting image or profile can be in determining whether one is labeled menace or martyr. Stephen Flemister and Julian Williams are deeply invested in using portrait painting as a vehicle for exploring this duality

Posted by mach1231 at 12:05 PM PDT
Updated: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 12:12 PM PDT
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Friday, May 25, 2012
Thems were the days (can you say it?) :)
Mood:  cool
Topic: Business

I used to work sales for a site very similiar to this one, back in the day when the net was still relative to the world as something fresh and new and exciting and also very HTML intensive..:)

It was great because I found my own leads, set my own hours and actually got a real pay check (I think PayPal and Interac email were but fiery tidbits in some persons wishful imagination at that time. When YouTube was not even yet registered with INIC.)


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Cheers you alls.

Posted by mach1231 at 11:06 PM PDT
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Monday, March 12, 2012
Real Estate comparisons
Mood:  a-ok
Topic: Business
Heres what you can get for

in Ireland.

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Vancouver, Canada

and Germany



3 million dollars



And just btw..

Luxury cars in the Chinese market  grew by 40% of premium cars with Audi firmly at the head of the marks of the triad. In this market 9 out of 10 luxury cars are German. The case of the German market is worth some consideration: besides being the first European car market, represents a sort of meter of the economic health of the old continent. And this decline in sales at home in Germany rather than a slower recovery from the economic crisis (which has more battered the U.S.) would be less confidence in the purchasing power of Europeans, or simply the desire to be more cautious in a certain type of expenses.(uh-huh...jah.)

Posted by mach1231 at 10:02 PM PDT
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Saturday, March 26, 2011
Chester? Chester can play drums?
Mood:  caffeinated
Topic: Business

Playing my song today and God-,'s n-i-i-ice out there.

Posted by mach1231 at 9:53 AM PDT
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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Mood:  flirty
Topic: Business

MOSAIC is a multilingual non-profit organization dedicated to addressing issues that affect immigrants and refugees in the course of their settlement.

MOSAIC also provides free access to

International Credential Evaluation Service

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They have also partnered with VanCity Credit Union to offer a

Micro-Loans Information Session

According to the 2006 Census...

More than 250,000 people chose Canada as their new home.

42,208 new immigrants arrived in BC.

They came from 180 different countries.

35,000 came to the Lower Mainland.

63% were of working age.

74% held a college or trade certificate, or a university degree.


Posted by mach1231 at 3:29 PM PDT
Updated: Thursday, March 17, 2011 3:40 PM PDT
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Tuesday, March 15, 2011
I dant smack ceegars but
Mood:  celebratory
Topic: Business

Design Contests might be one of the best ways to get the brightest most innovative ideas. And this is proof... 


and more..

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Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts did this and had submissions from around the world for the City of Surrey. She went on to win a n Award for her self for 4th Best Mayor in the world.

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See here for more of Dianne.



Posted by mach1231 at 1:09 PM PDT
Updated: Tuesday, March 15, 2011 2:39 PM PDT
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Monday, March 14, 2011
Creative COns-ulting
Mood:  special
Topic: Business

I think my creative talents may have made me the chosen winner in the Translinks name the fare card contest.

The reason I beleive this is, I believe I have supplied them with all 3 of the winning entries that are presently being mulled over for e-fare card which will come into use over the next few years.

This would be the second time I have played a small role in naming things, having had one-half of my entry used in the name the BC Ferry contest. The prize for which was a free sailing from Port Hardy to Prince Rupert (with vehicle) or any other BC ferry sailing vessel route.

But I would like to use the prize to embark my self on a creative consulting career as I am sure many business are looking for ways to adapt to the ever and always changing technologies and popualr applications on the market. 

Especially seasoned business owners, who may be so consumed with day to day operations, may not have that extra spoke in the wheel to deal with Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. Or even the 'scan this' applications we see popping up everywhere (Even on headstones in Japan where through a scan you can learn about the departed one with your phone).

Although this is not a confirmed thing, I would love to win the IPad to serve as the eventaul tool to help me launch my business.

This is a great application for the skills I learned while recently taking a course at UBC, which also included entertainment technology management.

 Cheers to the future. I hope I win.


Posted by mach1231 at 11:05 AM PDT
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Sunday, March 13, 2011
Told Tim
Mood:  caffeinated
Topic: Business



I do not know WHAT USED to be here, but-, my opinion this would make a great location for a Tim Hortons.

I would not mind starting my own business ( I have the acumen and drive and motivation)


What a person SHOULD do is have an idle-free zone drive-in cafe where a barhop would come out and bring you your order of fat-free soy flour doughnuts.

 Please have a quick look at this


also a place without even a web site.

7741 Edmonds St Burnaby, BC V3N 1B9


 Going by the reviews , and the amount of drive by traffic...someone in look of opportunity need not much look further

question for me to you is: do you have half a million you can loan me?





Posted by mach1231 at 3:18 PM PST
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Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Well anyway
Mood:  vegas lucky
Topic: Business
Canada Is Best Place to Invest: Harper Government's Low-Tax Plan Creating Jobs and Growth in the Region of Quebec
Please see also
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That's how he is "winning". He is winning over Premiers. Not the people. I guess he's showing us all how to: "rule".

Posted by mach1231 at 8:20 PM PST
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Sunday, February 20, 2011

Topic: Business

you know theres a wise old saying that goes something like

this: you cannot put your foot in the same river twice...

...other waters will have passed through it.

I have never forgotten reading that so many years ago while still admonishing my self for not finishing the course at fashion college


Its not that its always exciting. Its that its always changing. And that unto itself is probably pretty darn exciting..

My brief foray into the world of fashion though is something that will always be calling me back. It never leaves you.

Posted by mach1231 at 9:49 PM PST
Updated: Sunday, February 20, 2011 9:57 PM PST
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