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Old 14.07.2007, 12:06   #1
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OPEN TO/ ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: All interested candidates

START DATE/ TIME: August 2007

DURATION: Long-term

LOCATION: Yerevan, Armenia

TX Systems is currently looking for an UI Designer with strong graphic design skills to join our creative team to develop innovative and high-quality entertainment applications.

- Higher education in the relevant field.
- At least 2 year of professional work experience as UI Designer.
- Portfolio showcasing professional web/interactive design expertise with emphasis on clean, usable and sophisticated layouts, meticulous eye for detail and style.
- An understanding or interest in "Web 2.0" technologies, concepts, and designs.
- Proficient in Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash (skills with After Effects, 3D software or animation packages are a big plus)
- Knowledge of usability, functionality and technical implementations on designs, good understanding of user interface fundamentals, layout, and typography
- The ability to work collaboratively, to learn and share ideas
- Good knowledge of English language


APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Send your cover letter, resume and online portfolio or URLs to the following address: [email protected]
Only short listed candidates will be invited for an interview.

OPENING DATE: 14 July 2007


TX Systems is a software development company providing outsourcing services with strong expertise in viral marketing solutions, RIA development like Web 2.0, and Mobile applications development.

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Old 14.07.2007, 17:12   #2
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Thursday, July 12, 2007
What do I, a bookworm, know and understand about the real world? Next to nothing. This truth hit me again when I visited Venice recently and returned home a thoroughly disappointed man. The Venice I remember was a respectable old lady. She is now a bordello madam. Even Venetians are getting the hell out of there. In my time the population was 350,000; it’s now only 50,000. Everywhere you see boarded up windows and doors. My alma mater, Collegio Armeno Moorat-Raphael, is now a hotel. San Lazzaro, the island of the Mekhitarist order, has become a museum. Not a single seminarian or monk to be seen anywhere. Don’t get me wrong. In appearance Venice is the same – the bridges, the canals, the architecture, the narrow alleys, the gondolas, the vaporetti (water busses)…they are still there. What’s no longer there is the spirit of place, the soul of the city. Compared to the Venice of fifty years ago, the Venice of today is as lifeless as an embalmed cadaver. This is something I had not and could not have foreseen.
What do I know and understand about the workings of reality? But then, what did “the best and the brightest” under Kennedy know, or the neo-cons under Bush, or closer to home, our revolutionaries in the Ottoman Empire know when they plunged the nation into conflicts that resulted in the needless death of countless innocent civilians? And what do our Turcocentric pundits know today?
What is history if not a long catalogue of blunders committed by arrogant, self-righteous, ignorant frauds that divide mankind into friends and enemies and implement a policy of kill or get killed?
Friday, July 13, 2007
They fascinate me because they pulled the rug from under potentates, that is to say, blood****ing mediocrities parading as leaders of men and representatives of God on earth. The means they employed were different but the end result was the same.
Only moronized people idolize leaders. Like all rules, this one too has its exceptions – Lincoln and FDR come to mind. But they too sat on a throne of blood. As for Napoleon and Gandhi: I see them less as leaders and more as destroyers of emperors, kings, princes, maharajas and similar riffraff.
I am not in the business of solving problems but in exposing those who stand to lose the most if our problems are ever solved.
Paul Tillich: “Life could not continue without throwing the past into the past, liberating the present from the burden.”
Saturday, July 14, 2007
Politics: the art of manipulating the masses by means of lies.
Literature: sharing perceptions.
Chauvinist: a fanatic with 20/20 vision for his enemy’s failings and total blindness for his own.
Turcocentrism: a school of thought that says our most important concerns, hence our welfare, inner balance, and identity, revolve around Turks.
Which reminds me of a friend who, after urging me to change my last name, delivered the following comment: “As long as you bear a Turkish surname, you admit to having been branded by them.” And I thought: If only it were that easy to erase six centuries of subservience and all traces of Ottomanism by acquiring a new name!
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