sorry, but I don't think it's a good idea. keep it simple. the more complex something is the more likely a problem will arise and that is too great of a risk when applying for a job. Just bring a paper copy and maybe one on a cd or website.
let me give you an example of how I got f'ed when trying to make a nice flash auto run resume cd. The employeer put the cd into a network cd-rom on some server. Then we went to his desk a hallway down and accessed the cd from the network. So the auto run and flash stuff never showed up because he was indirectly accessing the cd. Instead he had to find the darn index file on the cd that wasn't organized because I had autorun on. not a good impression!
Sounds like a nice idea but not very necessary. Is your CV updated daily?
Most people update them every few months - at the most. It just seems like a LOT of work for something that isn't really updated.
What happens when you change your site address or the web site is down?
Then you are left with a blank CV? Opps
No offence but I doubt employers keep a resume CD longer than a week - at the most. They use it to contact you - that's it.
So what I'm saying is just update your CV on your resume CD and send out a new one if you're still looking for work - or just have a link on your CD "Please visit the updated website with more current information" or something.
I'd like to know how you test for a web connection in Flash though