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I Can Haz Job?
The Cheezburger Network, which includes sites such as I Can Has Cheezburger?, FAIL Blog, Memebase, and The Daily What, has a full-time Reporter/Moderator position open in its Seattle offices.
What would you do? Scour the Web for kittehs, of course.
Via Cheezburger:

We try to look at the world a little differently, with an open mind and a desire to test new ideas and take risks. We’re serious about making the world a happier place and that starts with a results-focused environment. We work hard and have a lot of fun when we succeed…
…We’re inventing as we go along. We need people who constantly think about changing the world to be a better place and have the ambition to do it.

Interested? Apply here.

I Can Haz Job?

The Cheezburger Network, which includes sites such as I Can Has Cheezburger?, FAIL Blog, Memebase, and The Daily What, has a full-time Reporter/Moderator position open in its Seattle offices.

What would you do? Scour the Web for kittehs, of course.

Via Cheezburger:

We try to look at the world a little differently, with an open mind and a desire to test new ideas and take risks. We’re serious about making the world a happier place and that starts with a results-focused environment. We work hard and have a lot of fun when we succeed…

…We’re inventing as we go along. We need people who constantly think about changing the world to be a better place and have the ambition to do it.

Interested? Apply here.

The New York Times launches beta620, a labs site to experiment and demonstrate what’s going on behind the scenes.
Via beta620:

At The New York Times, our software engineers, journalists, product managers and designers are constantly striving to create new and innovative ways to present news and information and interact with our readers. Yet it’s often difficult to try out new inventions on the world’s largest newspaper Web site. That’s why we created beta620, a new home for experimental projects from Times developers — and a place for anyone to suggest and collaborate on new ideas and new products.

The New York Times launches beta620, a labs site to experiment and demonstrate what’s going on behind the scenes.

Via beta620:

At The New York Times, our software engineers, journalists, product managers and designers are constantly striving to create new and innovative ways to present news and information and interact with our readers. Yet it’s often difficult to try out new inventions on the world’s largest newspaper Web site. That’s why we created beta620, a new home for experimental projects from Times developers — and a place for anyone to suggest and collaborate on new ideas and new products.