Job interviews are the real world's final exams, only much more difficult to cheat on, due to a lack of nearby desks bristling with cowardly nerds. Get your unfair advantage anyway, with InterviewUp.
It's a forum of interview Q&As that'll help you get that dream job/parole officer-placating, thinly veiled no-show. The setup's simple: anybody who wants can post potential interviewer queries, others answer them, then users flag which responses they found most helpful -- the presumption being that at least one of these people is employed. The 1,400+ questions currently on tap tackle all areas, from the general (Q: "What's your greatest weakness?" A: "Be honest about something small, then say you welcome it as a challenge to improve."), to the technical (Q: "How do you configure a modem in MS-DOS?" A: "Baud Rate: 9600, Data Bits: 8, Stop Bits: 1..."), to the chillingly existential (Q: "Is there a Google afterlife?" A: "Our knowledge lives on in Google's cache even after our death.").
Other features: tags make searching for a particular question/concept easy, and emails'll notify you when any particular query's answered -- a far more humane way to get the goods than forcing Wormser to sit at his computer hitting "refresh".