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It's an old joke. It's a bad joke. But it's my joke.
Jack in the Beanstalk meets the Internet Giants
Rainbow Connection, mushed into a Corona parody song
Sometimes the brain doesn't stop until you write a parody of What About Me.
Latest installment of Nursery Rhymes for Upper Management: A Squash and a Squeeze
It's taken me a long time, but I've finally finished and published my book
With apologies to Bonnie Tyler
I watched as the change representative opened the first of the seven seals. Then I saw one of the four living approvers mail in a text like thunder "System Architecture!" I looked, and there before me was a blank page! Its author held a red pen, and he was given a stamp, and he rode out like an...
With apologies to all artists behind Send in the Clowns. A 10-minute-to-write parody.
The Patriarchy: Keeping the 'Guy' in Zeitgeist.
I'll patch it later; I'll patch it later;
Steampunk meets Dr. Seuss
The Dead Weight (Pondus mortuus) is a resource-substitute that starves the Project without the Project knowing it is perishing.
The Scope Creep (Reperet scopo) is a parasite that causes Projects to collapse under their own weight
The All-consuming Meeting (Congressus totus-consumens) is another resource-competitor to the Project, which focuses on the environment, rather than the Project itself.
The Looming Deadline (Tempus advenientis) is an ambush predator that has a highly evolved camouflage technique.
The Code Fairy (Fairy codices) is a species of Fairy, a creature that feeds off the belief of other species.
The Project. Like the may fly, its lifespan is predefined on its inception (although some have seemingly endless extensions). Like the bowerbird it creates an item of attraction and wonder in order to appear more enticing than its fellow Projects. And like the dodo, the sheer number of predators (colloq:...
There was a call for submissions to a Steampunk Shakespeare anthology in 2010, I made a comment on Twitter about "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Reanimated". There was enough amused responses that I wrote something up. I spoke to one of the editors of the anthology and they said they were only...