OK, so it's totally funny if you have any interaction with software development, and it may be funny to other people - but I laughed out loud:
The topic is "New Programming Stereotypes for Web 2.0" - a sample is below - and it's not the funniest one. Click the link if you're curious which stereotype gets "...+2 Charisma against DBAs if they have an English Accent."
Dude! Let me blog that. Can I? I'll totally give you credit. Can you send me the code? Where do you blog? You don't have a blog? Er...OK, how can you possibly code then? I mean, join the conversation, man. Step up, seriously. You've got no juice. I googled for you and found nothing. That's going to make it hard for you to be a good developer. Listen, I'll make you a blog, stop by anytime. You watch, everything will be better once you blog. Coding? Really, who has time, I've got a dozen subscribers that are counting on me.
If that doesn't float your boat, here are a couple of random thoughts I'd like to share:
- I think it takes a "Facebook person" to like Dane Cook enough to listen to him for 2 hours.
- I wonder how many people buy their prescription drugs through Trackback spam on blogs?