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The Joke Hashtag

by Larry Chiang on December 28, 2014

Larry Chiang’s the author of, “What They Will NEVER Teach You at Stanford Business School WTWNTYASBS”. It will launch 11-11-19 in a photo-booth like the Tresemme two-story tradeshow booth New York Fashion Week. As CEO of Duck9, he leads an army to help college student consumers get a FICO over 770. Post H.L.S. keynote, Harvard Business wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School” (his latest post was “Setting an intention for SXSWi“.

Front row at Lincoln Center at the Nautica show
Hashtags are a useful tool in my curation of startup entrepreneurship. By “curation”, I mean like a museum curator, I collect and comment of startup entrepreneur significance. It’s like what Liz Link learned at Harvard about museum curation.

Hashtags can burrow deep into a topic. Starting with a tweet.

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
Ping pong will be #cs183pp
(Photo credit @jowyang)

So if you click on the blue text “#cs183pp” it rolls you into all my #cs183pp tweets.

Ping pong will be #cs183pp
It’s a sport inside of the Stanford school of engineering
The #cs183pp feed is a joke hashtag that I meant to stir curiosity for
 #cs183 the original Peter Thiel class, “Startup”
 #cs183b the sequel Stanford engineering class, “How to Start a Startup” which kinda was just intellectual.
– The secret VC taught class that doesn’t exist #cs183X
Download the official Twitter app here and execute a #LTMVTA. It’s a less than minimum viable twitter account. Google the hashtag #LTMVTA
#ENGR145’s two anchor videos move you to the right on the entrepreneur bell curve WITH ABOUT 22 HASHTAGS

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