> A poorly designed resume, be it in paper, digital text or PDF format is > generally a bad sign.
> Tal, your comments are practical, they address the original [not > sidetracked] issue...
Tal refocuses the debate on what is probably THE core issue: i.e. Quality
(The "Q" Factor). Significantly, it seems to me that he sees the deciding
factor as being whether your presentation *content* is well-organized,
well-written and defensible, rather than its presentation *platform* (be it
PDF, paper, MS Word doc or online website). Can't argue with that.
That said, an online resume/website/portfolio is a plus. If you embrace the
Q Factor, it can be a Big Plus. As Tal notes, it's a great way to store and
present the types of collateral that a rigorous decisionmaker demands.