This is a copy of my web-based CV. It's fully buzz-word compliant (html5, css3, responsive design, progressive enhancement).
A live version of this cv can be found at http://philingrey.com/cv/
With a preview of the printed version at http://philingrey.com/cv/cv.pdf
Feel free to fork and use for your own cv, just down forget to change the details....
Printing a pdf
The cv contains stylings for print, however trial and error has shown (at least on a mac) the best combination is firefox and print to pdf with "include background colors" checked (it's an advanced option in the print dialog) and "headers and footers" all set to "--blank--".
This cv (index.html) is licensed under an MIT license. Which basically means - do whatever you want with it!
CSS3pie (css3pie.com) is also included for better IE support, which is dual-licensed for use under the Apache License Version 2.0 or the General Public License (GPL) Version 2.
Html5shiv (http://code.google.com/p/html5shiv/) is also linked for better IE support (noticing a pattern here?), which is dual licensed under the MIT or GPL Version 2 licenses
Works well in Firefox, Chrome and Safari. Opera mostly works - Skills popups are partial cutoff by multi-column, but the mobile view is fine.
IE - Falls back to a one-column view in IE<10, but perfectly useable for IE7+.