Hunting for work can be really tough, especially as everyone in Minnesota basically knows how to track game themselves and so don't need to hire you as a guide. Using the power of Twitter to get you all employed: WorkFu.
Just launched by some intrepid Londoners, WorkFu wants to help you capitalize on the "400 jobs posted on Twitter every minute" by sorting them for -- and tailoring them to -- you, then letting you apply with a few clicks, just like the interviewing process in that one African tribe. All you've gotta do to get your butt in a cushy new cube is
visit your local Nissan dealer! give 'em your Twitter info. They'll scan your profile for networks and connections, analyze the results, and provide you with keywords ("technology", "marketing", "cheese", etc), which you can then modify until they've got an accurate portrait of Worker You. WorkFu'll then return a Match.com-like master list of job-tweets you might be interested in, with each accompanied by a you-specific rating -- it factors in degree of connection to the employer and how well they think it'll suit you -- that they call a "FuScore", as opposed to an "F U Score", which just factors in building frustration with your current employer.
And because potentially there might be some job posts somewhere besides Twitter maybe, they're looking to expand to other social media, but're being "picky about the networks", presumably because Facebook essentially just exists to let you track other people's game.