The time has come for my triumphant return to San Francisco. I've been laid off from my San Diego gig, so I'll be moving my life back north in a few weeks.

This also means I'm looking for a new job, ideally in SF or the East Bay, though for obvious reasons I am also looking at points south.

My résumé is available online in two forms:
I've also got a cover-letter-ish description of my work objectives, and an online portfolio I can make available on request.

All of that stuff is built around staying in interaction design, but I'm also up for weird new career possibilities at this point ...

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Thanks to this guy, I've succumbed to the temptations of a silly meme.

Comment and I will:
1) Tell you why I friended you.
2) Associate you with a song/film.
3) Tell a random fact about you.
4) Tell a first memory about you.
5) Associate you with a character/pairing.
6) Ask something I've always wanted to know about you.
7) Tell you my favourite user pic of yours.
8) In retort, you must spread this disease in your LJ.

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Someone cleverer than me has used the feed from my weblog to produce a LiveJournal identity for me as cooper_korman. I have no idea who this benefactor is, but I figure that some of y'all may wish to use this clever tool. It won't be formatted quite so nicely as the original on Blog*Spot but it will provide the content of my posts to you on your LiveJournal Friends page if you prefer to read it that way.

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I just received this chain letter from my mother.

When Norway was occupied by Germany in 1940, Norwegian women began to knit red caps for children as a way of letting everyone know that they did not like what was happening in their country. The result was that whenever Norwegians left their homes: to go to the store, to work, etc, they could see that the majority opposed what was going on in their country.

Many of us strongly oppose what this administration has done and we need to recognize each other very easily so we can see that thinking people are still the majority.

Please wear RED every Friday between now and election day. Wear a little or a lot --- just be sure that when you leave your house to go about your day --- to work, to school, to the store, to the gas station, wherever you go in your daily routine --- that everyone who sees you will see that you are wearing red because you don't approve of our current administration's policies.

I think it's an elegant idea. Pass it on.