Why you should stop freaking out already about whether a particular job has an inside candidate.
How to be competitive for a "middle-class job"--that is, the kind of place that values teaching and research about equally. (Somewhat related: ways of parsing the differences among institutions, beyond looking at teaching load.)
What not to sweat about the conference interview.
A peek (or two, or three) into how the job search feels to those inside a hiring department or committee.
And just for fun: why the job list still fascinates and unsettles me, every damn year, whether I'm applying or not.
Looking through the posts I've tagged as "The Academic Job Market," I see they provide less concrete advice than I'd thought. Other bloggers have covered a lot of this ground before (last year, Notorious Ph.D. wrote a series of posts about the component parts of the job search, and the year before, Bardiac did the same)--but if there are any topics my readership would like to see me tackle, leave a note in the comments and I'll see what I can do.
Good luck out there, kids. We're pulling for you.