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Burning Man

The biggest Silicon Valley networking event of the year.

Burning Man will soon be gentrified just like Oakland.

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Andreessen Voodoo

Drawing facial pictures on eggs to make them look like venture capitalist Marc Andreessen. Entrepreneurs then worship the eggs, hoping they can grow to unicorn status.

Every night before going to be Kamdesh engaged in Andreessen Voodoo hoping that his pitch would go well the following week.

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Microdabbing

A popular practice where people microdose on drugs (primarily LSD) for recreation.

After working at Facebook the entire day, Jim goes home and starts microdabbing.

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Vision Quest

A period of time where one does psychedelic drugs to come up with profound visions and ideas for one's company.

Steve Jobs went on a 2 year vision quest before starting Apple computer. Some say his mind opened up during his time allowing him to see beyond the limited vision of the peers in his field.

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Engineer Agencies

Agencies run by engineers who pimp out other engineers and themselves to big companies and startups for a per hour/week wage. This can be more lucrative and give more freedom to said engineers who work on their own time.

James sought the help of an Engineer Agency to build an initial version of his OnDemand Condom delivery service for iOS and Android.

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Yahoo

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mshebere

a strong guy

John is very mshebere nowdays

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Perceived Value Pricing

Gauging the pricing of one's product based on how much people THINK it's worth.

RocketSpoon used perceived value pricing to justify the increase in price for their product because they were the only food delivery platform in their area that delivered airline quality food within the smallest time window.

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The 'Porn At The End Of The Tunnel' VR Hypothesis

The hypothesis that says that no matter HOW good or bad VR software is developed, VR pornography will pave the way for the platform's future.

Sora: VR is just a fad. People are not going to want to spend more than a month using it. It's a pain to use and it makes me sick to be in their for too long. LETS STOP DEVELOPING FOR VR PLATFORMS. THEY'RE NEVER GONNA SUCCEED.

Wang: Stop thinking rationally and just remember the 'porn at the end of the tunnel.'

Sora: You're right. I'm getting back to work.

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Hogrammer

A male or female freelance engineer who trades their engineering expertise for sex on the down low.

Herman is a bisexual hogrammer who codes for MBAs if they promise to sleep with him.

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Neckbeard

People with facial hair on their neck, most of the time in lieu of their face. Chances are that if a software engineer is a neckbeard they are amoung the highest paid engineers in the company and/or are extremely smart.

I've never seen a neckbeard and a girl in the same photo, but damn they're the closest thing to ancient wizards Silicon Valley has.

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30 Under 30

How Forbes maintains interest and increases web traffic among a younger audiences who are known to frequent their site less.

Peter: I made 30 Under 30 this year.

Ryan: You're 31.

Peter: Not like Forbes gives a shit or can tell the difference.

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Tech Crunch Frontpage

Fleeting validation for an entrepreneur that makes you seem more successful then you are.

Eugene: I made the Tech Crunch front page.

Matt: So did 'Yo' a few months ago.

Zeeshan: My grandma made the Techcrunch front page last fall.

Eugene: Sweet.

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Train Jumper

An investor or founder who only joins a startup when something significant happens because their afraid that the startup train is moving without them.

Jian Yang treated Marcus and his dating app like shit until it was written about in Tech Crunch and he decided to be a train jumper taking his offer to be a founder

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To Zuckerberg

To betray someone after misleading them for a short period of time.

EX1: D'Angelo Russel zuckerberged Nick Young by pretending to be his friend by crafting a diabolical scheme to date Iggy Azelia.

EX2: Let's go to the business school and zuckerberg some MBA's who've thought of startup ideas and then email them the link to scare the shit out of them.

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Database Problem

A classification of any problem which makes the speaker sound more intelligent by reframing the discussion while often resulting in no constructive next steps.

Q: I can't figure out how to get my startup to grow faster.
A: It's actually just a database problem.

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crude filter

An efficient way to filter quality which is not as good as the disruptive and more accurate filtering technology which is coming.

Q: What's your IQ?
A: 180
Q: That's impressive, but it won't matter soon; IQ is a crude filter for success.

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Incubator Hopping

Hopping from incubator to incubator living off the small amount of money they give to your company, just to say you live the startup life style. This is alot like barhopping except your at each location for 3-6 months, not a couple hours.

Ryan has been incubator hopping with the company he started for a couple years now. The money is good enough for him to live off and he loves bringing women to startup parties that very few people have access to.

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Equity Leaching Nests

Office spaces that require you to give up percent ownership of your company (or warrants to purchase parts of your company up to 10 years) in exchange for month to month office space.

The Ratchetry is an equity leaching nest that wants our company to sign up. Although I like the investor team that backs it, I'm pretty indifferent about the program itself.

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Problem Observer

A shitier version of a problem solver. A problem observer is a person who points out obstacles (even if they are incredibly obvious) offers no solution, and feels really good about themselves. They tend to end up working at a big company for the rest of their lives.

Mark was a problem solver that started facebook and dropped out of Harvard. Roy was a problem observer that has a PhD from Stanford and works at Yahoo.

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