1. Being able to create lists
Nothing says I know what I’m doing like creating a list of 10-25 items that are mostly bullshit.
2. Arguing on the Internet
It is sad stereotype. But arguing on the Internet is valid skill. And no one knows right like you do.
3. Reading RSS feeds
Why create stuff when you can read about stuff instead?
- 4. Creating another useless project
5. Chest pounding about your favorite new programming language
+++ +++ +++ + [ > +++ +++ + > +++ +++ +++ + > +++ > + < << < - ] >++ . >+. +++ +++ +. . +++ . >++ . < <+ +++ +++ +++ +++ ++. >. +++ . --- --- . --- --- --. >+. >.
This is “Hello World” in BrainFuck, but you already knew that.
6. Know how to create that next great social site
Realtime collaboration of me showering in 2010. I know you can’t wait to create the next great mashup using my JSON API, Facebook and Twitter integration.
7. Plan that great conference of just hallway tracks
You and I both know this is where the real meat of the conference is. Why don’t we just cut to the chase?
Screw Vim, Textmate, or Emacs. If it is good enough for Pine, it should be good enough for you.
9. Ego Surfing
How long do you spend everyday searching for your name on Google? Work on cutting it down to half with twice the output.
10. Ability to work more than 21 hours everyday
Sleep is overrated. Imagine how may more lists you create if you slept less.