If you get this error:
“Could not find file.ocx”
do the following:
Open your file explorer by right clicking on “Start” and selecting “Explore”.
Open the “WINDOWS” folder on your C: drive
Open the “system32” folder.
Open the “Macromed” folder.
Open the “Flash” folder.
Copy the file called flash9.ocx and save it as file.ocx.
Don’t delete the original flash9.ocx.
If you recently restored a mysql database from a tar file and found it without any MYI files you will get he following error when trying to run sql against the tables.
ERROR 1017 (HY000): Can’t find file:
You can fix this by running:
REPAIR TABLE TABLENAME USE_FRM;
HR-XML runs more conferences than any other organisation I have ever known. The most recent email I received is for…..
HR-XML’s Global Partnering and Integration Summit is the singular event during the year tailored to the interests and information needs of those within the field of HR services. Time-pressed technologists, strategists, and executives will benefit from a program that reads like a who’s who of leaders within the industry. This is your chance to network with peers, partners, and business prospects as wells as enjoy all the attractions of Las Vegas.
Below are just some of the sessions on the Summit program. ***SPACE IS
LIMITED*** So register today at:
I noticed that Rony Kahan from indeed is speaking at it on the following topic:
OpenID and Microformats: A New Approach to HR Data Sharing on the Web
Rony Kahan, Co-Founder, Indeed
I did not see any speakers from simplyhired.com. I would have thought to see someone from both parties getting involved with HR-XML. Looks like Indeed might be taking steps to ensure they get to help set whatever standards are coming.
I tend to check the PageRank on some of my sites once in a while and I can never remember which site I used the last time. This meant I farted around looking for one that doesn’t involve a catchpa or try to sell me something while I am using it. With this in mind I wrote my own PageRank Checking tool, now I no longer need to go hunting anymore.
I am seriously considering creating a whole suite of tools to check things like:
Yahoo and google backlinks
When I want to see any one of these things it would be nice to see them all.
I am not sure if anyone else has been watching indeed.com and simplyhired.com. I have, and it is turning out to be an interesting fight. Both sites have Google like aspirations except they are in vertical job search. This is something I have been watching for far too long hence my interest.
Indeed, Inc. was founded in 2004
Simplyhired. was founded in 2005
There is not much between them as far as start dates are concerned but I reckon we will see some very different tactics on capturing market share.
Just recently indeed.com branched into the UK market with indeed.co.uk. This sent shivers down my spine because I run a Job Search Engine and started imagining the end of my website due to indeeed’s expansion. Looking at simplyhired’s growth over the last few months my fears were compounded. It is simply staggering. Around mid to late April this year their popularity shot up by over 100% according to alexa and quantcast. I reckon this is in large part due to a partnership with myspace (one of their major investors, Fox Interactive media owns myspace) .
My advice to indeed would be to find partners in viral or social networking organisations and do it quickly.
My advice to simplyhired would be to watch indeed’s internationalisation. I don’t give a damn what anyone thinks but entering international markets is a tough cookie to crack.
Another interesting thing is simplyhired’s move with jobomatic.com. I think this is a great idea and will definitely capture them decent content and a lot of traffic.
I am seeing simplyhired branching out in some very lucrative directions but I am not seeing (I may be missing things) the same focus from indeed.com. Perhaps I am not seeing indeed’s long term goals ie. why internationalisation etc……..