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    looking to use CD's as portfolios....

    Hello,
    I am looking to send out CD's as portfolios to land a job. What are some examples of how others have done it in the past? Should I use a slideshow type presentation or just jpg's? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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    Simplicity works best. I'd do a collection of JPGs in a strategic order. Like in a portfolio, you put your BESTEST piece in first, some of your strongest in the middle and at the end. In order to do that with your files, I'd name my files appropriately. Be sure to also have an online portfolio in order to max your chances. It's easyer for an employer to just follow a link and casually browse.

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    Thanks for the tip, for the online portfolio part.... I'll just use donpedicinijrart.com and just make that site I am developing into my online portfolio. Thanks.

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