Jobs: Openings at Omniture
frank at tuxrocks.com
Wed Feb 21 10:29:30 MST 2007
Bryan Petty wrote:
> On 2/20/07, Frank Sorenson <frank at tuxrocks.com> wrote:
>> I'm sure that Omniture is a great place to work, and all, and that
>> there are lots of great positions open there. However, the position
>> of PR Director just got filled
>> (http://www.heraldextra.com/content/view/210003), and by none other
>> than Blake Stowell. Hopefully that doesn't say anything about
>> Omniture's ethics or future as a company.
> Stowell is a PR Director. It's his job to say what the execs want him
> to say. His job is just to filter it in a way that it's going to avoid
> (ignorantly) burning down any bridges to possible future endeavors
> explaining it (spin comes with the job description I'm sure) in the
> most positive light possible. The way I look at it, Omniture is smart
> to pick him up now that he has experience of dealing with the SCO
> issues on his belt. If any even remotely similar situation ever pops
> up, he's likely to come out ahead.
> You could look at it this way. If you ever work for Omniture, he could
> very well save you from losing your job. :)
Hmm, okay. I'll take that as an alternate viewpoint to my own...
> P.S. Please wrap your emails at 72 characters. I believe it's a
> default option in Thunderbird, I don't know how you even turn it off.
Right, sorry. It's easy enough to switch wrapping (Edit->Preferences,
General tab, "Wrap palin text messages at __ characters"), but
sometimes I forget to switch it back after sending off something
I don't want wrapped (inline patch, log entry, etc.).
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