if you want to give this a try you can jump over to Simply Hired and create a job search query, then grab one of our RSS feed links (under the 'send me fresh jobs' area) and paste it into your TypePad blog.
(note: this is where it gets a bit tricky -- the feature is kind of buried under "Weblogs" | "Edit Design" | "Change Content Selections", then you have to scroll down to the right hand side just past "Your TypeLists" and under "Feeds" select Add a new feed. yow, that's hard to get to... Ben: can you ask Michael to get someone to make that a little easier?)
anyway, if you'd like to manually create a Simply Hired job feed, our syntax looks like this:
where the parameters noted above stand for:
* q = jobtitle, occupation, or company keywords
* l = a location based on city, state, or both
note: we also allow specification of an exact company name, a
mileage radius, and other list-based filters such as the Fortune 500
companies or Forbes Fastest Growing companies. for more info on these
options, see our Simply Hired advanced job search.
While i'm on the subject of great blogs, here's a new one i've been checking into a lot lately... since debuting back in June, TechCrunch.com has been profiling Web 2.0 businesses new & old at a pace that boggles your mind.
I just did a quick little Gtalk writeup, and then i bounced over to Jeff's blog (he sent me the Gtalk invite)... where i saw that he did a fabulous writeup that put mine to shame. then i read his last 2 blog posts and i thought: damn. he really writes good shit. meanwhile, i put together a funny little graphic using SnagIt and think i'm writing pulitzer material. um, wakeup call.
Jeff may not be in Om or Matt or Steve's league just yet, and he may not have the blog fandom of Jeremy or Robert, but in the parlance of some of my geek friends -- he doesn't suck one bit.