Internet and email users expect their information and interaction with others is inherently private. That is not the case. The FBI routinely conducts scans and screens on a regular basis. The Freedom of Information Act has opened the door to a new dawn of internet scrutiny. What does that mean for the average person who is using email to correspond with family, friends and business contacts?
Technology has changed the way people look for and apply to jobs. So many people are frustrated by sending out 100's of resumes and filling in 100's of online applications -without any response! Has technology made it too easy to apply for jobs? Do we need to rethink the process?
Author Cecil C. Sparks
I started in computers with an Electronics degree back in 1983 when Electronics meant troubleshooting to the component level. An average computer at that time cost around
$10,000. Understanding circuits and troubleshooting was the key to success. Now changing Boards are all thats needed to know. After school I went to work for a Start-Up Company as Production Manager and designed 7 surge protectors that the company patented. I also hold 33 Certifications in HP and OKI printer repair. In 2002 I went back to school for an a Associate of Computer & Networking Degree.