I get about two reactions on my CV online per month. You know the one on jawtheshark.com. However, it attracts people wanting Java people and Documentum experts. I don't want that, I want to do Linux, *BSD or open source. Heck, I'd even become a webmonkey doing PHP on MySQL! However, my CV is sooooo "Java", sooo "Windows" and sooooo "I love proprietary software, and please don't even use vaseline when butfucking me", that I seriously consider taking it offline.
Yeah, I know, you're supposed to tailor your CV to what you want, but that would end up in my basic data and "Lemme do Leeenux, pleeeeez".
Aren't there any recruiters out there that realise that a computer scientist is actually supposed to adapt really quickly to a new environment and that 10 years of experience doesn't mean much, except in few niches.
Oh, and my wife is against me becoming a homemaker.