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The A.I. Problem

Reading an excellent article about artificial intelligence last week, I began to wonder which force was the greatest danger to Yiddishkeit: radical secularism or artificial intelligence? 98 more words

Thinking Jewish

Saying it, and Making it Happen

Sermon on John 20:19-31, for Easter 2A, April 23, 2017

John 20:19-31

When it was evening on that day, the first day of the week, and the doors of the house where the disciples had met were locked for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood among them and said, “Peace be with you.” After he said this, he showed them his hands and his side.

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Articles for job seekers

No — I Won’t Supply My References Before The First Interview


I agree. I think this practice runs the risk of companies contacting references without the candidate preparing them for what to emphasize (always within their ability to ethically do so!), or even giving notice. 1,198 more words

Articles for Job Seekers

10 CV Mistakes That Put Employers Off Your Candidates 


It never hurts to keep fundamentals in mind.


9 Killer Questions Candidates Ought to Ask the Interviewer… 805 more words

Tehillim Twenty-Four: AIPAC

This psalm asks the question of who is worthy to stand on God’s mountain. “He who has clean hand and a pure heart, who has not taken My name in vain and has not sworn deceitfully (Psalms 24:4).” Today was the first day of AIPAC Policy Conference 2017. 212 more words

Sunday Skillset: Putting a graphic image on a Solidworks model

And before you watch this, please consider that I’m on a job search, looking for:

  • Product Design Engineer (strength in plastics but that’s not all I do)
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Tikkun Olam, The Redemption & The Garden

There is a teaching that says that when the redemption comes all will be restored to the state things were in when Adam and Eve were in the garden.  1,145 more words

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