Internship at LibraryThing?
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LibraryThing.com, the innovative, Portland, Maine-based social networking site for book lovers wants an intern.
We can think of four possible "types" for whom we could create a nifty internship. We're only looking to get one intern, though.
* "Weird Library Science" (MLS students)
* "Web 2.0 Programming" (computer students)
* "Web 2.0 Marketing" (anyone)
* "Web 2.0 Design" (design students)
*Minimum wage, probably
*Full- or part-time
*Cool, anarchic work environment (4 people in Portland, 6 elsewhere)
We'd love to get someone in who could help us, but the focus will be on learning from us, and doing interesting, open-ended and intellectually stimulating projects. We'd rather get someone local, but if you really want to do something remote, and have a strong idea what you could do with us, we'd love to hear from you.
LibraryThing (http://www.librarything.com) is a social networking and social cataloging site for book lovers. Over 700,000 members have used the site to catalog over 40 million books--and created a whole new way of relating to books and to book people.
Contact: Tim Spalding, Founder (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Do the duties include assembling your emails into book form on a daily basis?
I can't decide if you're being silly, sick or downright sinister.
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