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A few days ago John Posada gave an interesting description of his method of
blanket sending ascii resumes. John, what was that routine that pulled out
the email and fax numbers from the job postings? Sounds very useful.
Also, there was a post by Jack Shaw about the OCC siet. His info. gave this
URL, but I can't get anything using this, or the variations I came up with. http://www.occ.com/occ/jobs.html
Can you double check this.
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