Are you an unemployed tech CEO? Jobster may be able to help you find a gig. Despite strenuous denials from Jobster CEO Jason Goldberg, rumors continue to swirl that the obstreperous entrepreneur is on his way out of the troubled online job-search startup. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports that Goldberg himself is leading a search for his successor. A tipster tells us that he and husband Thomas Goldberg, who recently quit Seattle advertising firm Wong Doody, are considering a move to New York or London, where Thomas plans to pursue interior-design studies. For the record, we're bummed over the departure. Not of Jason, that is, but of Thomas. Because we love nothing more than typing the words "Wong Doody." Repeatedly. They just don't make company names like that anymore.