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Recently we have developed a custom database application that displays the
Job Forum in a better format. You can also sort the info by City, Area code

I agree that the old system was tedious. However, the new system is very
easy. To make it even more practical, it has been designed to remove ads
automatically after 30 days. It also allows the author to edit his/her
information. Check it our at (

Hope that helps.


At 4/21/98 , you wrote:
>I totally agree. Scanning through the job listings at the SEAOSC website is
>tedious and I do not mind a little extra traffic here.
>Jobs. Business. Economics. These are indeed essential parts of engineering.
>Bill Allen
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Robert Grandmaison <robert(--nospam--at)>
>To: 'seaoc(--nospam--at)' <seaoc(--nospam--at)>
>Date: Tuesday, April 21, 1998 11:06 AM
>Subject: RE: Drafter / Engineer Needed
>>I don't get it.
>>Why is it that someone can't send a job listing on the mailing list? If
>SEAOC were genuinely concerned about the traffic it might generate (although
>I think I've only seen about three or four listings all the while I've
>subscribed to this list- and yes, one of them was from me ;)) then why, for
>cryin out loud, is there so much "humor" stuff sent without so much as a
>request from the administrators to cease such truly irrelevant stuff?
>>I'd much rather hear about a job offering somewhere than some of the other
>drivel that crosses this mailing list. Don't get me wrong, I am NOT a
>humorless person. I just think that the reason given for restricting job
>offerings is a red herring because they do NOT clog the mail list nearly as
>much as other, more useless and irrelevant things do.
>>Robert Grandmaison
>>MKM & Associates- a company always eager to hire a good engineer or CAD