Your Very First Import to SourceForge

I recently created a project on SourceForge.net. The project is called xpnsqt. I don’t really expect anyone to work on it, nor do I care. I needed to write something to replace the expense tracking stuff I had developed in Lotus Approach years ago. Other than playing either “Starcraft” or “Lords of the Realm”, I …

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Vendor Management Systems = Price Fixing and Wire Fraud

Recently I had an interesting discussion with a pimp about a contract opening. They had posted the contract opening on Dice and tagged the entry as “market rate”, but when the called me, they were offering a billing rate well below half of market rate. Several other pimps had called about this same contract, all …

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When Will the Department of Labor and the Justice Department Get Involved?

Reading quite a few discussions today (many of them in an obviously Gartner funded thread on Tech Republic about the IT shortage), I began to wonder just when both the Department of Labor and the Justice Department will get involved. Somewhere, the DOL has its own “average base salary” database. I’ve seen links to it …

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Some Amazing Movies You’ve Probably Never Heard of

Over the last few weeks I have had the privilege of watching some rather amazing movies I had never really heard of. At least I had never heard of them being in the theater. Hoax Richard Gere One of the most unbelievable true stories you will ever watch. A writer that is destitute fakes hand …

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