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  1. lycan
    fix your grammar in the title and your posts (you are = you're)
  2. Imagineering
    07-12-2014 11:17 PM
    Don't listen to anyone. It depends on the job. You can do it if you want. If it is relevant. they don't know what they are talking about. Having extremely defined rules for what should or should not be on a resume is absurd. So long as it is relevant. Not your hobbies. But I've done a resume with a hobbie before and gotting a hit back for it. There are no rules for this.
  3. catatonic
    07-08-2014 09:50 AM
    catatonic commented on data mining vs multivariate analysis
    Weird, how can you compare data mining and multivariate analysis?
  4. oberonblue
    03-18-2014 09:28 PM
    Ugh. I can only imagine... That sucks. I'm currently unemployed long-term for a second time. That's what a Masters gets me. Yup, I should be heading to China in a few weeks.
  5. WyohKnott
    11-08-2010 05:20 AM
    I see that I am not the first to ask, but why the friend request? I don't remember ever seeing your name, much less talking to you.
    Also, I can't help but notice that all those you have friend-requested are female (and explicitly state this in their profile). Is this a pure coincidence?
  6. MortalWombat
    11-07-2010 03:15 PM
    I have basically the same question as fokalina does. What is the purpose?
  7. fokalina
    07-19-2010 02:53 PM
    Did you intentionally friend-request me?

    It is at least my intention to accept...

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