How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

ph33r my geekfu

Okay, so I have an interview with the CEO of tomorrow. This lit a fire under my ass, and since about 5pm today, I've completed half of a web app for a collaborative writing service.

Most importantly, the half I've finished is enough to show off tomorrow, proving my 1337 geekfu. Hell, I'm beyond 1337- I'm 1340!

No, there's no signifigance, I merely added three. You see, I've been coding since 5pm or so, and haven't stopped to eat. Haven't stopped really. So I'm punchy. Deal. Or I'll kick you.

Fuckers. Don't make me break out my madgeekfuspidermonkeytechnique.

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