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Subject:Re: Job Board search software From:"LRMB Assoc." <manualwriter -at- USA -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 31 Dec 1970 18:00:00 -0600
Perhaps you are referring to Wanted Jobs 98? www.wantedjobs.com
If so, although it several users raved about it, I never got around posting
that my experience with it was that it fails to release resources so that
after using it you might want to reboot. I have a healthy 48 meg but found
it exhausted fairly quickly while using the program. Use the Win95
supplied Resource Meter to watch the resources as you use it.
At 07:56 AM 3/27/99 -0800, steve wrote:
>A couple of months ago someone mentioned some software that searched all the
>major job boards automatically. I've searched the archives but couldn't find
>the reference. Does anyone remember the name or where I could find it? Only
>for future reference ;)
>Still happily employed at:
>Softline Systems Inc. Fax: (604) 266-1949 Phone: (604) 266-1995
>850-1200 West 73rd Ave. Vancouver, B.C.
>Email: steve -at- softlinesystems -dot- com
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