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DeathPosture

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  1. Networking is the best way to find a job. Seriously. Make sure to have a large circle of friends/acquaintances both IRL and online. Facebook and especially LinkedIn are great for networking (well d'uh!) and when you look for at job through your circle of friends, you have a distinct advantage compared to applying for vacancies: You have direct, firsthand information from your friend into the given company. When you have access to firsthand information about a given company, you're already way ahead of the competition. I cannot stress this enough. Also, the company you're applying to only has YOUR application to consider, compared to a situation where the company has to consider several hundred job applications. Networking is everything. I cannot stress this enough. Network your way to the top! My situation: I've worked for the same company for the last 7 years. I work in IT distribution, for an American Fortune-500 distribution company. I'm in the Danish office and I work as a KAM/sales executive. LinkedIn is a MAJOR platform for job offers/headhunting in my line of business and I would encourage everyone to use this service actively. I've had several job offers through LinkedIn, few of which lead to job interviews. Again, networking is the key to success.
  2. Missed you, man. No-one can make such a smooth transition from Bulgarian roads to Apple bashing. Well done!
  3. Thanks for keeping this thread alive. Loads of interesting, lesser-known tracks here. Keep 'em coming!
  4. I think you are right. You can, however, still find your older posts via the search, but it requires keywords (which is a pretty vague method of getting an overview of your old content).
  5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_aRyE1g4Fc Land Of Freedom! One of the most uplifting melodies, ever!
  6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWZKDCAbEts One of the best recent horror-movies I've seen, is the French masterpiece Martyrs from 2008
  7. Olly got most of the essential ones covered already... Let me add my personal fav'e: The Delta - Scizoeffective [D.Drum 2000] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEe7apZvd2s
  8. I will search some of my old harddrives. I might have some of these somewhere.
  9. Someone should compile all these tracks into one big, massive awesome-folder
  10. Nice tune indeed. Thanks for sharing
  11. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7fAfsauXGk8 I've been on a nostalgia trip recently, reminiscing about the good old days. Today it was time to revisit this classic Tegma-album. And naturally it still holds up really well today - this is timeless music and still sounds as fresh today, as it did back in 2006. Sexy stuff for sure.
  12. Remember this? Yeah, so do I. Suntrip really did make history with their first releases - the ressurection of melodic goa trance. Great memories, great music, great people!
  13. Sure, I will do that... But the thought process behind something as HUGE as selling your collection, is overwhelmning. I'm sure it'll be several years before I'm ready to do that.
  14. Dude, you have one of the most impressive (and expensive) collections I've ever seen. I've drooled over it countless times. What makes you think about selling it? Besides the Caine-thing. Actually, I've thought about selling my own collection, but it pains me to think too about it. ...like Caine in Kung Fu ?
  15. Hello my old friend. Well, we had a couple of slow weeks at the office, so I figured it was time to revisit the past and log back into Psynews... Still retired though.
  16. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjjZGyYcH9E ... Just kidding! Congratulations goa trance, you old bastard! Here's to another 20! Cheers!
  17. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWdGteo9Y0w
  18. Powerful stuff. Extremely uplifting. Great mix of old and new, timeless selection! Thanks Joske!
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