Tim Schafer famously scored a job at Lucasarts by sending in a resume designed like a graphic adventure, but even he couldn't have envisioned this little piece of genius: a resume that works as a functional video game.
Designer Robby Leonardi's resume has you traversing through different worlds, as new jobworthy attributes pop up in the background. It's visually dazzling and surprisingly informative. Put it this way: by the time you finish scrolling through this resume you'll be ready to hire the guy. You may not have a company, but you'll be so motivated that you'll want to start a company just so you can then find a way to hire Robby Leonardi. But — newsflash — you won't be able to afford him!
We should get this guy on Kotaku. He can do stuff. Actually, bugger it, just take my job.
The game/resume works solely by using the arrow keys or a scroll bar. It's not really super interactive, but it's awesome nonetheless.