Re: Dealing with samples...
If I can find something on the Internet, I point them to it, as it is
obviously public at that point. However, you'd be surprised at how much
changes or disappears on the Internet.
Other than that, I explain I don't keep samples because the work is owned by
the company, not me. Much of the work is confidential or classified and I'm
not authorized to release it. I hope they respect that I will treat their
material with the same respect. If that isn't good enough, I really don't
want to work someplace who wants you to compromise previous contracts and
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