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||We will not use, sell,
or give away your info, ever. This site is just a grass roots attempt to
solve the most important problem in the world using the formidable force
free web stuff. We use the incredible www.Zoho.com for
the free database. It doesn't appear that they do any malware tricks.
Let us know
if they do. Our intention is that your email addresses
will not be subjected to automated collection software. Ideally this system
will eventually have interactive map controls or geographical approximation
of zipcodes... between my
- A free site to help people find and swap jobs that require less commuting
- It's created with the amazing Zoho.com.
It took all of about 10 minutes to initially make a form, list, and search
function... and a few evenings to turn it into a secure app. It uses login accounts on Zoho to manage the security because there's no convenient code to manage account info. That's why you're prompted, each time you click on a secured function, to confirm your login info with that goofy confirmation dialog... it's the best solution I could come up with.
- Because the culture of automobiles was fun while it lasted but if we
don't stop the prolific burning of fossil fuels, we'll bestow onto our
children a charred remnant of a once pretty nice planet. In a mere 100
years we'll have undone 4 billion years of pretty good thing. The notion
of 'the Greatest Generation' was nice back-patting, but not exactly a
- Look for a job similar to yours that matches your commute in reverse,
- Click the Search button.
- Use the filter dropdowns to match your job and zip codes.
- Contact that person and swap jobs. Then save lots of gas, and
send me a nice letter. If you do, you'll be the first. And for
that first person, I'll send you US$5.00. Hey you gotta start somewhere.
- Otherwise, if you don't see anything that matches, add your own info
- Free. Our enabler, Zoho.com does not appear to have any hidden costs
up their sleeves.
- You mean me? I updated the system October, 2007. (Wow, the last touch
was May 20, 2005... when I made the GenericDB version.)
- You? Do it now.
- "Add" job sector/category button in form.
- Show emails only after registering... or anonymous email... the system
emails the poster, hiding destination addresses, and sending your email
address to them.
- Automatic "nearness" feature for zipcodes.
- Map-wise initial page, where you would simply browse a list to your
job category (or type in a smart field) and then click and drag on a
map of your region to indicate your commute. The system
would both sav e your data
for and display swapable commuters.
- Tell me what it should be doing...
- Add functionality
- Anonymous blind emails
- Log out link on logged in pages