Talking to my son Corey he recommended the program UnPlug as an add-on to Firefox. Corey reckons it works really well and the review says it will guess the location of the source file if it can’t scan the page for it. Check it out at https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/2254/
Often going for a new job can be a daunting task. William J. Morin and James C. Cabrera have compiled some thoughts in their book Parting Company. Check out these great interview questions that they have been courteous enough to provide the answers to. I’ve also included a Amazon link to their book here as well.
Here’s the list, excerpted from PARTING COMPANY:
How to Survive the Loss of a Job and Find Another Successfully:
Gotta love my oldest and youngest This photo was taken on the evening of Ethan's birthday party. Amazing that Ethan has turned 7 and Abbey turned 14. My time flies when you're having fun. Both of these kids have great artistic streaks running through their veins. I love seeing the creative side of them come out. With Abbey it might be her art or writing and for Ethan it can be a smile or a mimic that shows the performer inside.
I sat up and watched this movie on Sunday night expecting to see an eclectic mish mash of stories contrived into a ‘film’ designed to profile ‘A’ list wannabe actors and former ‘A’ list try-to-be actors. Boy, was I in for a surprise, no wonder this dark horse scooped the pool. Despite the racist cynicism and a high degree of bad language, this movie impacts you in so many ways. The characters show how anyone on a bad day can make those eternal choices we all regret. Looking through the eyes of broken people we see how co-dependency doesn’t come only in the walls of that place we call home. The real challenge with Crash is to see life through someone else’s eyes. I’ll come back to this one, but I have to say the reason for seeing crash is to find out how we all need a ‘cloak of invincibility’.