For 2016 I seek freedom - primarily a job or opportunity that takes me out of my current city - so I made a one-pager about what I can do and what I'm looking for, and asking people to join me or help me out. [more inside]
A searchable list of Boston-area startup companies, sortable by if hiring, industry, neighborhood, and more. [more inside]
Inspired by the responses to the AskMeFi question "What is your job like, really?", I have created a website called RealJobDescription where people can post a description of what they really do at work. [more inside]
A super-simple webapp for keeping on top of bike maintenance jobs. Record your mileage weekly (or as often as you like) and it'll tell you how many miles you've done since you last cleaned your chain / changed your brake pads / checked your tyre pressure / etc. Free, no sign-up required - everything is done from a single web page. Comments/bugs/typos/suggestions welcome.
Kaddish is the Hebrew prayer for the dead. Allen Ginsberg's Kaddish for Naomi is a thousand line poem in free verse post modern style. iKaddsh is a mashup on both, dedicated to the memory of Steve Jobs. [more inside]
With the invaluable help of some friends, I put together this mockumentary about the economy. NSFW, if anyone still has work. [more inside]
As a burnt out, cynical, bitter programmer from the games industry, this is the site I _wish_ had been around when I started out looking for work all those years ago. It's a combination of scraped and paid-for vacancies, covering a whole bunch of games companies and recruitment agencies from around the world.
User submitted anonymous stories about funny, unusual, or just plain bad job interviews. [more inside]