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Monster Elements Hybrid Over the Ear Headphones

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSI’ve had many pair of headphones since the 80’s. I’ve had dollar store phones to high-end audio driving sound. So when it came to reviewing these Monster Elements over the ear headphones, I was sure I’d get a great sound. I wasn’t disappointed. About the Monster Elements Over the Ear Headphones Monster has created a set of headphones for your need. Wired when you’re working on music or battery is low, wireless Bluetooth for those times a cord gets in the way, and even USB audio so you can connect that headset up to the computer. Elements headphones are not noise cancelling, but they do have plush ear cushions that knock out a lot of sound. There are also dual sound modes and echo suppression technology inside to deliver great sound, from music on the bus, to a movie on the...

The Jabra Stone – Fashion to the Bluetooth Headset 0

The Jabra Stone – Fashion to the Bluetooth Headset

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSThe world of Bluetooth headsets has evolved. My first headset seemed like a monster compared to today. Still, there is a level of geekiness that supersedes the functionality the headset can give. That is why Jabra put out the Jabra Stone – a fashion – oriented earpiece for those who don’t like having a microphone stick from their face. The stone touts one big feature – no visible microphone. The headset is designed for fashion over functionality. All black with no visible buttons. The stone is Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR compliant. It works with Bluetooth 1.1 or better. Once charged, the device has an 8 hour talk and 12 day standby time. The headset can answer calls, do voice dialing and last number redial and can change in volume. In the review section, I go through and talk about the functionality of...

Monster Hack – Bitstrips 0

Monster Hack – Bitstrips

So Monster.com got hacked again. Although there was no credit card info captured, they did get enough info to call or email you and make it sound pretty darn legitimate. Of course, you are encouraged to log in, change your password (don’t make it the same as your email btw) and check to make sure your information is correct. I have completely changed my resume. Anyone need a Podcaster? This week’s Bitstrips is about the hack. If you notice, Monster had moved on from the Monster “Monster”. Maybe he’s become a disgruntled Monster? Maybe this Monster will take retaliation? HMMM….

Why Should my Resume Look Good if the Company Does Not? 1

Why Should my Resume Look Good if the Company Does Not?

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSIt never fails. I put all my time and energy into my resume. I even have a professional resume builder look over the content and make sure it talks about me in the best way possible. Yet almost every time I look for a job I get subpar descriptions and requirements to fill out all my information again. Some people don’t even look at my resume. All for a job that I may not get. Is it really worth it?

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