I'm hiring and want to give interviewees a copy of the questions a few hours before the interview. Mainly, I don't see the value in testing their on-the-spot thinking, and moreso I don't want to discriminate against anyone that struggles with that type of time-dependent test. HR disagrees.
Anyone have opinions on this?
Video in Russian, can't verify content as not racist/sexist/offensive
This video has resulted in over a quarter-million page hits to our Digital Collections. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-hwRWh5WqY
It's in Russian, and from what auto-generated-translated captions tell me, the narrator is dropping truth bombs about Atlantis, the Romans, and the real structure of our world, as he pages through our website.
Nothing serious, just very exhausted https://pbfcomics.com/comics/youll-be-ok/
Archivematica User Forum today at 12PM EDT/ 9 AM PDT
Call-in and agenda info here.
Wow, finally a better way to keep DPX/TIFF image sequences from film scans. Uses my favourite flavours MKV and FLAC. First release to be launched during FIAF Congress 22–28 April 2018 at Prague.
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