After the San Francisco Zen Center ordained three new priests last month, Zen Center blogger Greg Fain pointed out that a University of Chicago survey found that clergy had a very high job satisfaction rate, even better than firefighters. “We beat firefighters! Whoo-hoo!!!” he exulted.
Examiner.com is looking for someone to blog about technology in general and MS Office in particular. It’s said to be a paid gig based on page views, though why a post on examiner.com on MS Office would get even a thousand page views is unclear to me. Another allegedly paid technology blogging job is here.
Meanwhile, foot soldiers are still needed by the Obama campaign.
An Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) starts at Moscone today, and thousands of feverish geeks are gathering in anticipation of the usual announcements of new products. Expectations for a next-gen iPhone were so high that Twitter suggested a search string so breathless fans worldwide could vulture the news. But if you’d like your updates in English sentences, SFGate is liveblogging Steve Jobs’ announcement. Also liveblogging is Gizmodo.