[Noisebridge-jobs] problem with this list: jobs vs. contract work

Patrick Keys citizenkeys at gmail.com
Mon Feb 7 21:36:48 PST 2011


You, me, and a lot of other noisebridge types need "gigs" more than 
full-time work.  There are enough people at Noisebridge with special 
skills that people should be able to combine their skills for various 
money-making projects.  In theory, if people find work at Noisebridge, 
that acrues to the benefit of Noisebridge in the form of people having 
more money to donate.

I attempted to make room a couple weeks back for a new big corkboard 
that I was going to get for people to post any skills they were offering 
or looking for on an as-needed basis.  The space got filled back up with 
that tall bookshelf before I could complete my plan.  I will try another 
approach soon.

Until then, use... craigslist.


Patrick


On 2/7/2011 9:26 PM, Jack Perkins wrote:
> Do you have any leads on part-time tech work? I'm really looking to
> get my foot in the door; please post anything along the entry level if
> you come across it!
>
> Thanks,
> -Jack
>
> http://jackaperkins.com
>
> On Mon, Feb 7, 2011 at 9:14 PM, Patrick Keys<citizenkeys at gmail.com>  wrote:
>> the problem with this list is its emphasis on full-time jobs versus
>> contract work.  many noisebridge-type people are more oriented to doing
>> contract work on an as-needed basis versus working a full-time job
>> somewhere.
>>
>>
>> Patrick
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