Sunday, June 28, 2009

Cover Letter

Cox Communications, Inc.
Human Resources Department
Atlanta, GA

I've been looking for a job as an engineer, and a saw your advertisement on Yahoo Hot Jobs and I wish to apply for it. Attached to this cover le
I've been lookign for an opportunity like this because it's my wish to work outside of my country (Venezuela), I'm a hard worker, great with people and well prepared for any job you give me.
I'm qualified to accomplish any goal your company is pursuing and I guarantee you'll have no regrets. I wish we could talk better by phone is you're able to call me, my phone number is on my resume. Thank you for you time.
Germán Rodríguez

My Resume

Germán Rodríguez
Urb. La Trinidad

Objeive: To find a entry level job for an Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

Education: University: 2007-to date. Dr. Rafael Belloso Chacín University.
To become: Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
School: 1996-2007. U.E San Vicente de Paúl
Degree: Bachelor of Science

Skills: -Great team-worker
-Lots of ideas
-Solves problems realy quickly
-Great with people

References: Rumer Villalobos-Civil Engineer
Romualdo Villalobos-Oil Engineer

My Dream Job

This is the company where i found my dream job, Cox is the

third-largest cable provider in USA.

Company Name:Cox Communications, Inc.
Job Category:Telecommunications
Location:Atlanta, GA
Position Type:Full-Time, Employee
Salary:Starting at $75,000 per year
Experience:5-10 Years Experience

This is a nice job opportunity for a 5 to 10 year experienced engineer, it would be incredible to have it, I just have to wait.
If you want more information about Cox or you are interested on the job here the link:;_ylt=AjJaeCO3kciQVKJD_Fg4VTf6Q6IX?source=SRP

Perfect Job for a Beginner Engineer

I found this job for an entry level electrical engineer on Yahoo Hot Jobs, the job is on Whitestone, New York, but take a look, i think is perfect.

Company Name:Verizon Wireless
Job Category:Engineering
Location:Whitestone, NY
Position Type:Full-Time, Employee
Experience:0-1 Years Experience
Desired Education Level:Other
If you want more information about it, or you whis to apply for the job here is the link (I don't apply because I can't) Good Luck.;_ylt=AnTiWtjXN9X_cUD__EXTPcz6Q6IX?source=SRP

Monday, June 1, 2009

Second Life!

Well I've finally done it!!! I've got my second life avatar ... I was flying in the picture and you can't see my face because I don't know how to put the camera in front of me... But anyway i looks fun and I hope I can get to understand it soon, so I can go to the different places I've been told (Avalon first of all) ... Well hope you get your avatar soon... Keep close !

Unit's 2 Assignment

The article I've chosen is about cellphones and you can find it here:

The cellphone is a device that has been evolving since 1980 (this is when the "first" cellphone was invented, eventhough it wasn't called like that), the size, the features, the weight, those are come qualities that a cellphone has in our time. Some people can't live without it, can you?

1° Paragraph:

Mobile phones often have features beyond sending text messages and making voice calls, including call registers, GPS navigation, music (MP3) and video (MP4) playback, RDS radio receiver, alarms, memo and document recording, personal organiser and personal digital assistant functions, ability to watch streaming video or download video for later viewing, video calling, built-in cameras (3.2+ Mpx) and camcorders (video recording), with autofocus and flash, ringtones, games, PTT, memory card reader (SD), USB (2.0), infrared, Bluetooth (2.0) and WiFi connectivity, instant messaging, Internet e-mail and browsing and serving as a wireless modem for a PC, and soon will also serve as a console of sorts to online games and other high quality games.
Some phones include a touchscreen.
The largest categories of mobile services are music, picture downloads, videogaming, adult entertainment, gambling, video/TV.
1)Mobile phones often have features beyond sending text messages and making voice calls.
Mobile Phones: Noun/ Often: Adverb/ Have: Verb/ Beyond: Preposition/ Sending: Verb/ Text Messages: Noun/ And: Conjuction/ Making: Verb/ Voice Calls: Noun
2)Some phones include a touchscreen
Some: Adjective/ Phones: Noun/ Include: Verb/ A: Article/ Touchscreen: Noun
3)The largest categories of mobile services are music, picture downloads, videogaming
The: Article/ Largest: Adjective/ Categories: Noun/ Of: Preposition/ Movile Services: Noun/ Are: Verb/ Music,Pictures downloads, Videogaming: Nouns
2° Paragraph:
Power Supply
Mobile phones generally obtain power from batteries, which can be recharged from a USB port, from portable batteries, from mains power or a cigarette lighter socket in a car using an adapter (often called battery charger or wall wart) or from a solar panel or a dynamo (that can also use a USB port to plug the phone).
On 17 February 2009, the GSM Association announced[10] that they had agreed on a standard charger for mobile phones. The standard connector to be adopted by 17 manufacturers including Nokia, Motorola and Samsung is to be the micro-USB connector (several media reports erroneously reported this as the mini-USB). The new chargers will be much more efficient than existing chargers. Having a standard charger for all phones, means that manufacturers will no longer have to supply a charger with every new phone.
Formerly, the most common form of mobile phone batteries were nickel metal-hydride, as they have a low size and weight. Lithium-Ion batteries are sometimes used, as they are lighter and do not have the voltage depression that nickel metal-hydride batteries do. Many mobile phone manufacturers have now switched to using lithium-Polymer batteries as opposed to the older Lithium-Ion, the main advantages of this being even lower weight and the possibility to make the battery a shape other than strict cuboid. Mobile phone manufacturers have been experimenting with alternative power sources, including solar cells.
1)Mobile phones generally obtain power from batteries
Mobile Phones: Noun/ Generally: Adjective/ Obtain: Verb/ Power: Noun/ From: Preposition/ Batteries: Noun
2)They had agreed on a standard charger for mobile phones
They: Pronoun/ Had: Verb/ Agreed: Adverb/ On: Preposition/ A: Article/ Standard Charger: Noun/ For: Preposition/ Mobile Phones: Noun
3)The most common form of mobile phone batteries were nickel metal-hydride
The: Article/ Most: Adjective/ Common: Adjective/ Form: Noun/ Of: Preposition/ Mobile Phone Batteries: Noun/ Were: Verb/ Nickel Metal-Hybride: Noun
Unknown Words:
Ranging: The process of establishing target distance. Types of ranging include echo, intermittent, manual, navigational, explosive echo, optical, and radar.
Handoff:1)The act or an instance of handing the ball to a teammate during a play.
2)The act or an instance of handing a baton to a teammate in a relay race.
3)The act or an instance of passing something or the control of it from one person or agency to another: a handoff of the aircraft from one control tower to another.
Citywide: Including or occurring in all parts of a city