Tapfury’s attending TechCrunch Disrupt in two weeks. We wanted to strike both the hearts and minds of our guests so in addition to swagr (gochill shot glasses, free pranketc. tokens), we’re giving away cookies shaped like our famed (or at least unofficial) prankdial mascot! Custom Cookies in Williamsburg are the bakers. We’re excited to see what the results will be!
Does anyone have any good places? Something like the following is what we have in mind
when people don’t hassle you for wearing crocs and cargo shorts.
Hooray! It’s truly the little things in life.
Memo: To all TapFury Employeess
Re: Voluntarily Company Basketball Game for Morale (Your presence is mandatory)
To Employees: You are required to play in the company basketball game on April 26th, 2011. Failure to do so will result in your termination both at the company and in life. Please be prepared to ball. Prepare yourself for posterization.
Dear Leader for Life,
“I’ve been expecting you Mr. Bond.”
Fahim’s (fearless leader) a bit of a basketball nut. We’re going to organize a game of pick up basketball one of these days: Programmers vs. Non-programmers. It will be an epic game featuring swinging elbows, flagrant fouls, and discussions of HTML5.
In other news, how about them Knicks?
We upgraded our site! We hope you enjoy its redesign and improved functionality. Tell us what you think ( our developers love compliments as well as insults. They’re masochists).
Today our marketing department brought in donuts half of which were immediately consumed by the marketing department. To be fair, pleas of ‘ i’m on a diet,’ and ‘i’m extremely diabetic’ gave the office downers a bit of weight to their lack of enthusiasm. A dozen donuts and no takers? I fear that there’s been a bit of gym rat syndrome going around the office that subdues any potential of a sugary feeding frenzy.
Fearless Leader Fahim also expressed concern that his outfit made him look like Indiana Jones. The office concurred that while that observation may be true we could see no problem.
UPDATE -There’s a strike outside our building. They’ve been chanting for the last three hours and blowing whistles. The company they’re striking against is across the hallway from us, on the opposite side of the building, and most importantly, can’t hear any of the non-ending chants. TapFury believes that this company should go outside and negotiate an end before we start launching water balloons at the angry mob.
More insightful words coming soon!