[rescue] Being jobless

Curtis H. Wilbar Jr. rescue at hawkmountain.net
Mon Jul 28 08:52:59 CDT 2003

If I wanted to make that or more by using a certification path, I'll
take CCIE over MCSE any day of the week.

If I had to do Microshaft in order to stay in the computer field, I
would have to do that (not that I'd ever want to, but I'm at a point
in life retraining for another career is not (currently) a viable
option).....  lets hope that this never happens.

-- Curt

>Subject: Re: [rescue] Being jobless
>From: Daniel de Young <daniel at velvetsea.com>
>To: The Rescue List <rescue at sunhelp.org>
>Date: 28 Jul 2003 03:43:52 -0700
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>On Mon, 2003-07-28 at 02:25, Michael Schiller wrote:
>> On Sunday, July 27, 2003, at 04:02  PM, Phil Stracchino wrote:
>> > Being still jobless and flat broke ...
>> With as many  of us on this list that are jobless, and approaching flat 
>> broke, it's too bad we can't band together and start a company that can 
>> be staffed by mostly telecommuters (as we're spread out quite a bit).
>> I wonder how much of a market there would be for web hosting, and/or 
>> unix shell hosting on a 20 processor Sun SC2000? (I'm still trying to 
>> figure out some way of making money with this machine, but as time goes 
>> on I'm afraid that the fact that there are 20 CPUs in the machine isn't 
>> going to matter to *normal* folks as much as the fact that they're only 
>> running at 85mhz each.
>We should all get MCSE certificates!!!  Then we can all make
>$100K++/year ... guaranteed!!!
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Curtis Wilbar
Hawk Mountain Networks
rescue at hawkmountain.net

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