Blogslot discovered an advertisement for a job in journalism(!), specifically a copy-editing position with UPI. And it has a requirement that regularly drove me insane back when I was applying for jobs:
This position does not include design work but requires strong computer literacy and familiarity with Outlook, Word and Mozilla Firefox.
They could have stopped after "computer literacy." Is there anyone in America who has learned how to e-mail but isn't capable of mastering Microsoft Word?
Worse, does it make any sense to specify skills with a particular web browser? Is someone really going to be eliminated from consideration for this job because he or she has spent 10,000 hours on Safari or Explorer but has never used Firefox?
Maybe it's just a trap. Anyone dumb enough to say that they're not familiar with Firefox, regardless of whether they've actually used it, probably doesn't deserve the job.