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Bagpuss
30th July 2009, 16:27
Just got an pimp email about a job with a corresponding link to Youtube!:eek

mace
30th July 2009, 16:28
Go on send us the link. Some of the pimpesses are worth looking at.

Bagpuss
30th July 2009, 16:31
I can't send the link (gives too much away) but is this a new trend?

Pogle
30th July 2009, 17:12
I really really hope not :suicide:

foritisme
30th July 2009, 17:15
Could have been worse: youp@rn

OwlHoot
30th July 2009, 18:39
I really really hope not :suicide:

Me too - Adobe Flash doesn't work in 64-bit Windows 7, and as a Firefox user I can't be bothered to keep switching to 32-bit IE.

It's a real pain. 64 bit has been going for two or three years now. So what were/are Adobe thinking of?

MrMark
30th July 2009, 18:48
Youtube? What's next? Twitter fishing spam?

Bagpuss
30th July 2009, 18:49
Here is another example

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-eQrfiMzU0

thelace
30th July 2009, 19:01
Oooh, there's millions of them :)

How pathetic. Can we vote them off like x factor?

RichardCranium
30th July 2009, 19:37
Wot a brilliant idea! Wow!

It only took me 6 minutes to download that video. Far more efficient than Jobserve.

All I've got to do now is reverse engineer YouTube, write an audio decoder, write a spoken language to text converter then write a text search tool with intelligent homonym & synonym comprehension and voila! I won't need to use the Jobserve search tool any more. :yay:

What a huge improvement, having the agent read out a text ad in video and so add a redundant 2Mb video feed to the original 300 bytes.

:suicide:

Hmm. I wonder if they could break down the video into 140 character chunks and f**king Twitter it to me?

thunderlizard
30th July 2009, 22:32
Here is another example

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-eQrfiMzU0

That is terrifying camerawork. It feels like he's lying on top of me.

Zippy
30th July 2009, 22:44
That is terrifying camerawork. It feels like he's lying on top of me.

God - that's awful. It's enough to put you off for life :sick

dinker
31st July 2009, 05:50
Here is another example

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-eQrfiMzU0

Sorry, I don`t have "passion".

darmstadt
31st July 2009, 06:04
Wayne Kerr Recruitment Consultants (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhBRyJ3kBFk&feature=related)

cojak
31st July 2009, 07:10
Wayne Kerr Recruitment Consultants (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhBRyJ3kBFk&feature=related)

That's why I've been working from home for the last 2 days. Recording in an office is not the way to do it...

(and it's much harder than it looks it get it right, btw...:o )

TimberWolf
31st July 2009, 07:14
Wot a brilliant idea! Wow!

It only took me 6 minutes to download that video. Far more efficient than Jobserve.

All I've got to do now is reverse engineer YouTube, write an audio decoder, write a spoken language to text converter then write a text search tool with intelligent homonym & synonym comprehension and voila! I won't need to use the Jobserve search tool any more. :yay:

What a huge improvement, having the agent read out a text ad in video and so add a redundant 2Mb video feed to the original 300 bytes.

:suicide:

Hmm. I wonder if they could break down the video into 140 character chunks and f**king Twitter it to me?

And after all that the gist of it was just "send us two references".