A close cousin to its Latin sister phrase, roughly translated it means, "cease the day." Used when the day is so crappy, you'd rather it just be over.
"Man, you look awful."
"That's the spirit."
December 12, 2007
Witty play on the term "public relations," describing in no uncertain terms the lengths to which some agents will go in attracting press for their client.
The WSJ article? You can thank our public fellations firm for that.
Able to switch between multiple operating systems with mastery.
As a long-time Windows user, it took me a while to learn the keyboard shortcut differences on a Mac, but now I'm ambidextr-OS.
Someone who joins a VC firm with the intention of starting a company but who ultimately is unable to commit to a single idea.
Although a successful executive in his last company, as an EIR, John was unable to pull the trigger on a new idea of his own... thus sealing his fate as an entrepreneur in reticence.
Strong words meant to deter top employees from leaving the mothership. "Knucklehead
" is often a term of choice during the course of the conversation.
You got a dressing-down from the SVP of Eng? That happened to me when I left too; don't worry -- it's just Huberis. He actually supports your decision.