I just completed a video interview with Bill Vick, the recruiting guru and publisher of http://www.xtremerecruiting.tv/. We talked about joblish, how it came to be and how it's used. I'll post a copy here when Bill releases it.
On the "Stuff" front, here's a suggestion for how an HR professional or recruiters should use joblish. (www.joblish.com)
When you're using joblish to write job ads, or code resumes, just use it. There's no need to register or to log in if you are a registered user. joblish puts a cookie on your computer with the codes you generated on your last visit. This is a time saver for someone who's writing ads or translating codes. The codes saved in a cookie will disappear when the cookie is removed from your computer through maintenance such as when you run "Disk Cleanup".
Register and log in when you're working on your personal joblish codes. These are saved on joblish and remain there as long as you're a registered user. You can look them up and use them when you're working on your personal resume or social network profile.