Rio? RIO?? Jeez, I wish
I was in Rio...
Well, let me put it this way: there's nothing stopping a headhunter from posting as AM on SOPW, for instance, and we haven't seen any of that yet
. I don't think we will either, because in a sense, I agree that perlmonks is the holy grail of the headhunters: they are in search of something that will never be found. :o)
I don't think that vroom
's intention is to publicize(?) the site much, its probably the other way around. Not calling attention of the corp-hype-web-world is a good way to keep things clean and honest.
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