February 27, 2007

Cool New DooDad

Over at QandO, I learned about this nifty little add-on for us Firefox users called CoolIris. Simple to use, when you hover over a link, a small icon appears next to it, move the cursor over the icon and a preview window appears that shows what's at the other end of that link. Move your mouse away from the window and it automatically closes again. It does much more, but that's the foundation of the app. I've found it easy to get used to, fairly customizable and unobtrusive. Check it out.

Posted by Ted at February 27, 2007 05:15 AM | TrackBack
Category: Links SciTech

You can give that to all your readers by installing snap, like Patton did for us at Perfidy.

Posted by: buckethead at March 6, 2007 06:07 PM



Posted by: tu at June 24, 2010 02:30 PM

Who's gonna stop you from driving it everywhere you desire? Someone using a bazooka?

Posted by: Ronald Kevorkian at November 29, 2012 11:48 PM

Online applications almost always go through an initial review by a computer. The company determines the basic requirements of the positions like must have a high school diploma, 2 years of customer service experience required, no felony convictions. The computer will go through and confirm you have the position basics. . . At that point, the information might be read by a person or a computer. If you get an "assessment type" test, like the other person referred to, that will also be scored by the computer. . . Once you have passed the initial review and the assessment screening, all other actions will be done by real people. Even when the people are reviewing the application, the computer may have given you a score based on how closely your skils and experience match the position. This is based on keywords that your resume contains.

Posted by: Gorychka at January 18, 2013 09:59 AM
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