New contest: can you describe a tech start-up without using ANY of these words?


Dear tech press:
I dare you to write about a new company without using ANY of the following: agile, lean, disruptive, iterative, beta, dorm room, innovative, basement, young, any version of “all night,” caffeine, Red Bull, venture capital, pizza, coffee, beer pong, ping pong, Parcheesi, paradigm, actually any mention of goofy games, hoodie.
Can you do it, you disruptive, innovative, paradigm-shifting creature, you?  I know you can.
Link to your article here by October 1, and I will send you a $10 Starbucks card. I swear on a stack of pizza boxes.
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About Martha Garvey

Dog lover, writer, web fiend
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One Response to New contest: can you describe a tech start-up without using ANY of these words?

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