So, anyway, I shipped my first resume over the electronic transom yesterday. A local firm here in Sandy Eggo that might have a position fitting my austere skill set. Thought to myself, “What would I do if I received someone’s resume cold?”
Having read the thing, I thought, I’d Google that kid up.
Now, going from blogonym to taxpayer ID is not a particularly arduous process for those dedicated to Seeking the Truth. But I’d rather thought that going the other way might be more difficult.
Not so much. Cuppla “Linked In” sites later you’re right there at the Unbearable Lightness of Lex, in all its squalor. Because the Google cache, she is forever. Or, if not, then at least more of a hassle then I’m currently willing to endure.
Check back with me come springtime.
Anyway. I guess I can go ahead and scratch off the DNC, PETA and New York Times from my “cool places to work” list.
Saves on the postage.
But, not to worry – you’re safe: At least I’m not using Blogger as my platform.
Google’s Blogger site is being used by malicious hackers who are posting fake entries to some blogs.
The fake entries contain weblinks that lead to booby-trapped downloads that could infect a Windows PC.
Infected computers are being hijacked by the gang behind the attacks and either mined for saleable data or used for other attacks.
The Blogger attack is the latest in a series by a gang that has managed to hijack hundreds of thousands of PCs.
Neptunus Lex: Proudly sponsored by WordPress on a secure server since 2005. And by Apple servers before that.
Safe as houses.