As I have already said, I had two interviews with Google. Both of the interviews were conducted over the phone (they called me both times). The first interview was with the recruiter and was mostly about my resume and possibilities of me moving to Dublin, Ireland. There was a small technical test too. The second interview was fully technical and lasted for about 45 minutes.
Since many of you asked for details and since I didn’t sign or promise any confidentiality to Google over these and since I don’t think there was anything that shouldn’t be released to the public, I am posting more details about both of the interviews below.
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I have decided to use Flickr for yet another purpose of mine – mobloging photography. Basically, I have configured my Flickr account to work with email. From now, whenever I don’t have my camera with me, I’ll use my phone to make a picture and will immediately send it to Flickr. It will automatically tag all such pictures with ‘cameraphone’ (also ‘mobile’, ‘moblog’, and ‘p800’ but that can change).
If you have the mobile phone with camera and email, you can do the same. Login to Flickr and configure upload by email. And than you can tag you pictures with ‘cameraphone’ too. Automatically. And than we can all be a part of one huge international group that tags their pictures with ‘cameraphone’.
That’s fun. Here are my pictures so far (I’ve uploaded some old ones that were in the phone) :
And here are the global pictures of all Flickr users that used ‘cameraphone’ as a tag :
… or I can’t explain it anyhow else.
The house elf is an invisible semi-imagined creature that lives in our house and does all sorts of strange things. Many of these things are small and don’t matter too much for me to spend time talking about them. But there is one particular action that the house elf repeats from year to year and by which it tells me that it loves me.
I am talking about pocket filling.
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Shared bookmarks for del.icio.us user tvset on 2005-10-30
The blogosphere is going crazy with this new toy from Technorati. My blog is slightly over $18K. And although I doubt anyone would want to buy it, I won’t sell it anyway. It carries my name after all. So, how much is your blog worth?
Still, I think it would be nice if there was a tool that could be seriously used by those who buy blogs – I don’t know who they are, don’t ask me. If there was such a tool it would be so easy to measure blogs, build blogs for sale, find buyers, and sell them, that it would be a good business opportunity for those of us, who … well … dares to try.
Until than we should simply blog blog and
blog hope. We should hope that someone with the will and money will one day find our piles of posts and offer us something in return, so that we could finally go and spend some quality time with our families. No. I don’t think that would inspire that. If bloggers will be paid for what they do, they would probably do more of it. Or so I think.
P.S.: Last two paragraphs were put here for one reasona and one reason only – to make this post look good. You see, because I use DIVs instead of TABLEs, once in a while I get this weird formatting glitches that require me to put more text or be abandoned by all my audience, starting with me. You can stop reading now. Like you even did. I bet you are already cleaning the history and cache of your browser to help you forget this URL faster.