Some how, I landed an incredible job. I get paid to browse the internet — don’t we all?
Tosh.0 is a weekly half-hour variety show hosted by Daniel Tosh that makes fun of the internet and my job is integral to that concept. I pitch the best of the web to the writer’s room and what they don’t use, I write about with my own take at the Tosh.0 blog. I also manage some of the social media presence and a lot of the video distribution.
It’s been more than a month. Here are a few of my posts so far:
“Coffee Making Robot”
Cover of The New Yorker Created on iPhone
5 Lego Fashion Trends That Never Took Off
A Dictionary Informed by the Internet
Long-Hair Brusher Guys
Is That How You Treat Your Mother?
A Site Dedicated to User-Submitted Street Mattresses
Tron Guy Forced to Sell Airplane
If you want more you can check out my latest posts or subscribe to a feed of my Tosh.0 contributions.
I have another blurb in Wired this month! It’s “How to Hack a Hottie’s Digits.” (That makes it sound way better than it is.)