I am a founder of General Assembly (url = generalassemb.ly), a campus for technology, entrepreneurship and design in NYC. We have 20,000 square feet of working and classroom space and curate classes ranging from introductory programming classes to UI/UX critique sessions and entrepreneurial law courses. Unfortunately, the venture-funded startup world doesn't really understand SEO, especially the kind of SEO you find at this forum. I want to fix that. I am looking for someone who wants to come teach a class at General Assembly on black hat SEO. Techniques, best practices, methodologies, etc. Teachers will be paid on a rev share. Typically someone teaching this kind of class will see ~$300 - $500 for an hour or so of content. The teacher, of course, will need to either be based in NYC or willing to come to NYC on their own dime. Respond in this thread if you're interested.