I'm not frantically looking around for work, but if someone cool is hiring and wants to swoop in and offer me a job I may be interested.
I decided to do my CV in HTML this time. Firstly, I do so much web stuff I actually find HTML/CSS easier to control than bloody Word (frankly, I never learnt to use it properly). I'll probably bung up a PDF at some point and may also put up a word doc if I find a sensible way of converting it without losing all the formatting.
Doing it as HTML gave me the opportunity to add in a bunch of hyperlinks, which is useful when pointing to work examples, and also to mark it up in hResume, the microformat draft for CVs.
(this is where I lose the non-geeks)
Hopefully this will mean it'll be easier to add to aggregators, the timelines of the different job/education positions are marked up as hCalendars and all the contact details are hCards, which in future will make contacting references etc. a lot easier.
I did find a few problems when marking it up, which I'll no doubt talk about on the microformats mailing list - the main one is that currently there's no way of indicating the 'present' as an end date of a calendar entry so it's hard to mark up your current job.