Join Jason Calacanis' internet guide Mahalo and you can expect to work to exhaustion in a poorly-lit strip mall for barely more than San Francisco minimum wage. You'd be better off as Calacanis' waitress.
Calacanis also has a soft spot for those who must wait on him hand and foot: Calacanis recently congratulated himself on Twitter for "giving 50-100% tips for the last couple of months. My wife called it the JCAL stimulus plan."
We're happy to see Calacanis pumping his blog riches into the economy one entrée at a time; if more of America's wealthy embrace this sort of conspicuous consumption once again, the recession will be over that much sooner. On the other hand, we might feel differently if we actually, you know, had to work for the guy in a non-servant capacity.