I've completed about 14 jobs from Oct. 09, till now (03 was just a number I tossed in). Varying from a ramp and guardrail, to schools and supermarkets, updates/retrofits, all kinds of things. From about 3 drawings to about 50.
The drawings I make print out on 24x36 in. paper. ...
I met with someone about a month ago concerning a potential job. I'm considering calling this person as to remind them of my availability, but I'm finding I feel awkward about it. Should I feel this way, or should I call?
The last time I had an interview was in 1998. I was called by the post office, but that was nothing really, more like a formality. The lady barely even made eye contact.
Interviews have changed a lot since the 90's, and behavioral interviewing has become quite commonplace. The questions ask you to describe a factual scenario from a given situation - ie) "Tell me about a time you managed a difficult client, and how you handled it." They are looking for a response detailing what you did/how you did it/and what the outcome was. You can ask in advance of an interview if you should anticipate behavioral questions - and if so, I can help you in preparing for that.
It looks like a high tech tap.
Vacuum tubing maple sap collection system.
CP Rail would be interesting because there would likely be good travel opportunities.
I actually thought I was too late to the social media thing until I volunteered at the Mac's Midget tournament this year (They did a great job of it). A lot of people are just learning to get into it still. I thought as soon as my mom got twitter I was late to the party with working at it.
You aren't late to the party at all! Companies are only just starting to embrace what social networking can mean and how critical it can be to success. Mayor Naheed Nenshi's campaign was centered around social networking and it worked famously. It's a strong example for companies to follow, particularly when the purchasing demographic are the prime social networking user base.