Sometimes the day does not allow a blog post let alone write about things on my mind or I hear about like economic, political, local news (sports too).
With Twitter, you at least get some of the flavor, a flash moment during the day, of what I am thinking about. You can follow during the day or see the digest below.
Here are the highlights of my recent Twitter activity. If you want to see the full version click MN Headhunter on Twitter
MN Headhunter on Twitter | December 9, 2008 - December 8, 2008 (last one first, links added):
December 9, 2009
- Things changing too fast for me. Recent additions: Pluto no longer a planet and businesses not allowed to fail. What's next?
- Congrats @marenhogan for recieving a Key Contributor award today from the SHRM chapter in Omaha for doing their newsletter and collateral
- RT @ashleymonseth Corporate PR specialist w/ Social Media exp. needed at Hudson. Job Description now online http://bit.ly/13XyO
- Memo to Illinois Governor: If you are basically selling the Senate seat and you think you might be wiretapped, might just as well use eBay
- RT @TwisterMc The Big Bang Theory cast is on Twitter!!!
December 8, 2008
- Mixed emotions about the #snow. Looks pretty. Have been working from home and not impacted but 2 friends involved in accidents. No one hurt
- RT: @kalisurfer Minnesota - i love this place - 6 months of winter + 2 months of prep +2 months of recouping +2 months of heaven on earth
- RT @mnrecruiters: Check out www.minnesotarecruiters.com and make a donation to Second Harvest Heartland
- Thought I posted this: From CNBC, Tribune Company files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. $13B in debt.
- Minnesota friends, check this out http://minn.citytweets.net/ Saw @researchgoddess talking about the Seattle site
- Business Week: The Best Cities for Riding Out a Recession
- Career Hub: Jobless in December? Advice from Recruiting Pros
- Death By Email: 10 Things Never To Put In Email
- RT: @steffenson Ecolab is looking for a Corporate Development / M&A Director. Know anyone like this looking for a job in the Twin Cities?