Quality: Produces work and services that meet standards terms of errors, waste and rework.Wed, April 29, 2009 - 5:09 PM permalink - 0 comments
Quantity: Produces the work and services required for assignments, projects, or services
Initiative: Is self motivated and offers solutions without being asked.
Timeliness: Delivers of work or services in terms of schedules, deadlines, goals, and targets.
Job Knowledge: Has the functional and technical knowledge and skills to do the job at a successful level.
Planning and Organizing: Scop... read more
The best use for the embedded method is for books that will be revised; the indexer can just go into the file and pull the codes from the existing text in the previous edition, and if it's apparent what text has been added, that can easily be tagged and added to the index. Another situation in which it would be good is if you're going to use the text online; the tagged terms can be quickly converted into hyperlinks.Wed, March 18, 2009 - 4:23 PM permalink - 0 comments
However, our indexer says that using dedicated indexing software makes a b... read more
In many bad novels, the sense of shame and politeness is kept intact, so that the novel doesn't go into those private things which are normally too private and shameful to mention.Mon, February 2, 2009 - 3:54 PM permalink - 0 comments
In novels, the secret life is visible. Don't put a barrier between this secret life and the reader.
We want to find within the main characters the whole raggedy bundle of that character, including the contradictions.
What are your characters trying to get? What are they trying to give? How do these two urges wor... read more
The first Homo Habilis, a complete skeleton, was found in Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, by Jonathan Leakey in 1960.The oldest known Homo Habilis fossil was a skull found at Lake Turkana, Kenya in 1972 by Bernard Ngeneo and Richard Leakey. All of the remains of Habilis so far were found in Africa, since this stage did not migrate to another continent.Mon, January 12, 2009 - 3:59 PM permalink - 0 comments
The appearance of Homo Habilis was somewhere between that of ape and human. Homo Habilis had smaller teeth and a thinner skull than Australopithic... read more
Create a new layer, name it 'dodge & burn', choose soft light mode, click Fill with 50% gray checkbox. Choose Dodge tool, something like 27 points, soft brush, range: highlights, exposure:15%
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