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March 15, 2011

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That future is now >_<.

"Thank you for your resume. We will notify you if there is a fit."

But yeah, us technical people don't get technical descriptions. After all, the author has to sell to the "usual" person. Unfortunately, bubbly smart ladies with PhDs in engineering from MIT are the exact opposite of usual.

(Otherwise, this would be heaven wouldn't it?)

I know I haven't posted on my blog in a while, but I'm hoping after my interview on the 23rd in Chicago that I can finally post good news.

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