Site Moving To New Domain
After nine years fortypoundhead.com is moving off to a new domain. Due to lack of use of the many features of this site, I have decided to move the content to a blog platform, wherein people can still get the information they need, and I don't need to maintain the many and varied features of the site, other than content
- All article links should point to their new location. This redirect will remain in place for a period of time.
- Please update your links. The redirect won't remain in place forever.
- In all 6,077 posts were moved to the new platform, along with 485 comments matched up with their various posts.
- Items that will not be migrated:
- Link Directory
- Ophion (time tracker)
- MinPro (Project Manager)
- Gig Engine
If you'd like any information out of the personal information out of any of the user tools, please let me know by sending email to me at the new site
There have been over five million people (I don't count bots) that have visited this site over the years, and I hope that each and every one of them have had their questions answered, whatever they were looking for. If not, I hope they find it at the new site.
It has been a long, interesting run. I've learned lots of new things along the way with fortypoundhead.com, and met lots of interesting people. I hope to continue this trend on the new site, where I will continue to post and interact with people all over the world.
If you have any questions or concerns, or just want to drop a note, you can hit me with an email at the new site
Welcome to the buzzword bullshit generator
Intentional vagueness is the hallmark of a true buzzword-laden phrase. Usually used by marketing types and over-eager project managers, the words (as well as the phrases they build) try to build positive connotations for the subject at hand. However, most times the words are meaningless, or sometimes don't exist at all.
The IT world enjoys its fair share of buzzword bullshit. This tool will generate buzzword bullshit phrases that you can use in your daily dealings with your fellow IT professionals.
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This tool was inspired by "buzzword bingo" at RobieTheRobot.com.