After over 20 years in the technology industry, I've yet to ever hear someone say, "Let's make this more complicated!" And yet, even as things get easier and technology made more accessible, more "stuff" is crammed onto our devices (and our heads). Remember when a phone was just a phone? Yeah, me neither.
Today's modern websites can do extraordinary things, compressing the world and all of its information into something that you can carry around in your pocket. Job hunting sites like Indeed.com and Monster.com literally have hundreds of thousands of job listings that you can search for free. It's easy to become giddy over the wealth of knowledge you have (literally!) at your fingertips, but like Burgis Meredith in "Time Enough at Last" (a favorite Twilight Zone episode) without the proper tools, all that knowledge will go to waste.
This is where Digital Job Hunting 2.0 can help. If you can use a computer and have access to the internet anywhere (school, work, public library, local coffee shop) you can use the technique demonstrated in this book. You don't even have to own the computer you are using - if you can set up an email account with Google, you have all the tools you need to start finding more jobs faster.
If you are going to spend any time at all searching for a job, you owe it to yourself to try the methods outlined in this book.