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Possible Duplicate: View own active questions I'd like to review my questions for which I have not approved an answer. It seems the obvious place to do that would be on my profile page, bu …
asked Nov 15 '12 by Mark Harrison
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Please Don't Try to Filter/Edit CVs Here's my feelings, based on having used Careers from the employer side: If you are listing a paper degree, that's very useful for me to know. I'm not fooled by …
answered Dec 30 '09 by Mark Harrison
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Similar to Usenet KILLFILE I like this idea. From Usenet experience, there's always a couple of odd characters who seem to contribute little to discussions but are able to stir up way more than thei …
answered Jul 8 '09 by Mark Harrison
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A "Real Job" Headhunter Badge How about a badge if you've hired somebody off of jobs or careers? That's certainly something we should encourage! (I originally was going to say "real headhunter" bad …
answered Mar 13 '10 by Mark Harrison
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When editing you can enter a one-line comment "Edit Summary". It would be nice if a comment could be left when rolling back. Can this be added at some time?
asked Nov 25 '11 by Mark Harrison
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Possible Duplicate: There should be a way to thanks the editors of posts Sometimes I get an edit that greatly improves a question or answer I have submitted. I'd like to acknowledge an edi …
asked Aug 3 '12 by Mark Harrison
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I like the idea... I have my email address on my user profile and have gotten several interesting comments from people who don't otherwise seem inclined to post, or where the comments would have been …
answered Jun 29 '09 by Mark Harrison
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Yes, of course, provided that you are the copyright holder of the material being distributed. In that case, you can file a DMCA (Digital Millenial Copyright Act) infringement notice, and the material …
answered Aug 10 '09 by Mark Harrison
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Specifically stackoverflow and serverfault. Is that possible? It sure would be convenient for scripting purposes.
asked Jun 30 '09 by Mark Harrison
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Humor is a good screen for people you don't want to work for If there's a place scared off by lolcats you probably don't want to work there anyways. btw, if you're a crackerjack systems programmer w …
answered Nov 14 '09 by Mark Harrison
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Yes, but you need a second OpenID It seems to be no problem. During beta testing, Jeff suggested to me registering a second OpenID with the email address in the form of myname+employer@example.com w …
answered Dec 3 '09 by Mark Harrison
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Good for Building Community It would be a nice way to put a face to a user. "Hey, I remember meeting this person...."
answered Aug 4 '09 by Mark Harrison
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I just answered this question over on SF and would like to edit the question title to reflect that the OP was asking about OS X. OS X: setting display resolution and mirroring Would it be possible t …
asked Jul 13 '09 by Mark Harrison
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Can we have isbn tags for books? I'd like to be able to refer to somebody to a title using syntax such as <isbn:1597491098> # 10-digit form <isbn:978-1597491099> # 13-digit form and have tha …
asked Sep 23 '09 by Mark Harrison
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I don't mind the differing profiles, so long as I can log into each without having to re-register. You might thing about putting crosslinks to the other sites on the sidebar... I know it would encour …
answered Jun 28 '09 by Mark Harrison

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