Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Mark "Rizzn" Hopkins' no news is good news #DYSP

TechCrunch (yeah, the blog that TIME says is no longer relevant) posted this on February 17 regarding Twitter's ongoing search for someone to tell them how to make money:

At around 11 AM...the company sent out a rejection notice to many of the candidates who had applied for its open Product Manager position. But instead of using BCC to hide the identities of the applicants from each other, Twitter HR goofed and sent them all the message using a standard Carbon Copy, allowing everyone else to see who the other 185 applicants were.

But there's good news in this, as Mark "Rizzn" Hopkins noted:

What is interesting is the fact that I wasn’t on the recipient list for those rejected.

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