Hi Friends,

Even as I launch this today ( my 80th Birthday ), I realize that there is yet so much to say and do.
There is just no time to look back, no time to wonder,"Will anyone read these pages?"

With regards,
Hemen Parekh
27 June 2013

Thursday, 21 October 2004

JAM / JAMMING

Dear Friend,

JAM


:  noun/JAM: for a Job Alert on Mobile
:  verb / JAM: for sending/receiving a job-alert on a mobile phone ; also JAMMING for   
applying online for a job from one’s mobile phone ( similar to Xeroxing for process of 
photocopying ) eg : JAM kiya kya ? JAM kar diya !
:  adjective / JAMMER ; eg : He is an ace jammer – one who is proficient in the process
of applying for jobs using his mobile phone.

One of these days, you will find OXFORD & WEBSTER dictionaries, describing JAM, as above, courtesy:

World-Wide-Jobs ( WWJ )

Dictionaries could have also described JAM as

“ A process of aggregating job-advts from jobsites around the World, matching these with job-preferences indicated by the jobseekers, short listing perfectly matched jobs, delivering as job-alert SMS on mobile phones, enabling candidates to apply online against any of these alerts by a single click on the mobile, then instantaneously emailing candidates’ resume to the concerned job-advertisers and providing on-screen acknowledgement.”

But  OXFORD/WEBSTER are conservative, slow-moving organizations. They take their own sweet time to “recognize” a revolution when they see one, especially an e-revolution such as JAM.

Those who are on the verge of getting extinct themselves cannot be expected to “read the writing on the wall”.

World-Wide-Jobs is the “writing” on the wall, for those who can read!

And, Dear Friend, YOU are the one, who is writing!


With regards


Hemen Parekh

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