When navigating my website today, McAfee reported the following...
McAfee has detected a potential phishing Web site.
Phishing sites appear to be legitimate, but they request you to provide sensitive information, which can be used to commit fraud.
McAfee recommends that you block this Web site.
WTF? Are these guys looking for a lawsuit? This is blatant libel. People have to stand up to McAfee and show them the finger for these false positives.
Yesterday, Douglas Karr left a very challenging comment on Chip' Quips. Basically, Douglas wants to use RSS as an envelop for his resume. Others could subscribe to his resume and get an update whenever his resume changes.
Douglas has written before on this subject. He would like to do a tag query on Technorati and find matching resumes.
Standards for embedding resumes in RSS already exist. Microformats is the most commonly used format, but you can also simply embed an HR-XML Resume object in your RSS <item>. So, I decided to make this functionality available on ResumeBay. Hack. Hack! And done.
I'm already announcing two winners in our contest to get users to give us great feedback. I promised one winner every week, but we got such great feedback the first day, that I'm giving away two prizes.
Thanks guys. I've already sent Richard a $20 book from Amazon and will be doing the same for Sterling as soon as he tells me what he wants. I've got another $150 to pay out. If you want $20 in Amazon merchandise, then simply use ResumeBay, find a bug or recommend a feature.
I completely rewrote the Resume Editor. Got big plans. I'm looking for people to try it and tell me what they think. The people that send me the best bug reports, usability thoughts and feature requests will all receive free stuff from Amazon.com. Please take a look!