Yesterday, Chris Taylor, a contributor to Mashable, posted an article titled: Fake Amazon Page Is Best Online Resume Ever. Turns out the creative dude who made the national headlines has local connections!
Yesterday, Chris Taylor, a contributor to Mashable, posted an article titled: "Fake Amazon Page Is Best Online Resume Ever
". At the time of writing, this article had attracted some considerable attention with over 2k shares on Facebook. Here's the story:
Excerpt from Mashable:
"We don't actually know if Philippe Dubost is any good at his job. But boy, can he throw together a resume.
Dubost, a web product manager currently based in Paris, is looking to travel for his next position. So he decided to make his CV stand out anywhere in the world - by mimicking an Amazon product page."
Today, Dayton Local just happened to notice something (locally) newsworthy of Philippe's very creative resume:
MBA at University of Dayton, Dayton, OH, USA.
Awesome! The man credited as having the "Best Online Resume Ever" by Mashable, the world's leading source for news, information & resources for the Connected Generation - it turns out the creative dude who posted this resume and made the national headlines has local connections! He is a UD Grad!
Now, assuming it is true, (this LinkedIn profile seems to suggest it is, though you can't always believe everything you read on the Internet, can you?)
we thought THAT was pretty cool.
So - does anyone from UD recognize Mr. Dubost?