Tuesday Map: The first resume in Google Earth format?

It may not land Turkish blogger Ozgur Alaz the job of his dreams, but his unorthodox resume sure makes for great Tuesday Map fodder: Alaz explains:  Inspired from MemoryMaps, i prepared a resume using Google Earth for me. How did i prepare? Firstly, i grouped my googleEarth Cv into six sections. They are; personal, education, ...

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It may not land Turkish blogger Ozgur Alaz the job of his dreams, but his unorthodox resume sure makes for great Tuesday Map fodder:

Alaz explains: Inspired from MemoryMaps, i prepared a resume using Google Earth for me. How did i prepare? Firstly, i grouped my googleEarth Cv into six sections. They are; personal, education, work experiences, trend reporting, awards and interests. Secondly, i assign different colours of placemark to each group. Then, i placemarked and add some description to related locations. Final step is exporting my placemarks. That’s all.

It may not land Turkish blogger Ozgur Alaz the job of his dreams, but his unorthodox resume sure makes for great Tuesday Map fodder:

Alaz explains: 

Inspired from MemoryMaps, i prepared a resume using Google Earth for me. How did i prepare? Firstly, i grouped my googleEarth Cv into six sections. They are; personal, education, work experiences, trend reporting, awards and interests. Secondly, i assign different colours of placemark to each group. Then, i placemarked and add some description to related locations. Final step is exporting my placemarks. That’s all.

(Hat tip: Gizmodo)

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