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Using Twitter In a Way Zero People Under-25, Do

by Larry Chiang on June 9, 2015

Larry Chiang’s Jedi business tricks, side doored him to the very top of the “New York Times Best Seller” list. The ‘tricks’ included “reverse shoplifting” into Whole Foods’ Columbus Circle location, premiering a year and a half before, grand opening at NY fashion week runway on “09-09-09” and finally launching, “What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School”. By debuting the book at Sundance and SXSW film festivals nine months and six months before 09-09-09, respectively, Hollywood optioning “WTDTYASBS” seems almost normal. People forgive the audacity because boastfulness is coupled with “Mentor mentions per press interview” (#MMPPI) His mentors, Gerri Detweiler and Mark McCormack (yes, Gerri Detweiler of “Ultimate Credit Handbook” fame and Mark McCormack of, “What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School” fame) are promoted at nearly every media interview. Play and practice entrepreneurship with Larry’s ideas about leveraging the energy of an RSS feed. Yes, a long forgotten technology tool like a hashtag, #CS178 or/and a light sabre.

Larry Chiang Fashion Week (L.C.F.W.) is September 9-20 in NYC. #NYFW is Sept 10-17.
— Larry Chiang

By Larry Chiang

The Twitter app can’t do a lot what Chris Sacca wrote in his Peanut Butter memo (@bGarlinghouse shout-out intended) said. Sacca is the largest shareholder of $TWTR.
This post is meant to have sub 25 year olds use twitter and #GuaGuaGuacamole to help their entrepreneurship effort. Set aside your personal vulnerability issues. Ignore the fact that you don’t have even a “less than minimum viable twitter account (LTMVTA)”. Pay little attn to the fact that I write like an engineer from Illinois, Champaign Urbana.
Before you make tweets maybe you can curate tweets. Before you write tweets maybe you can read my startup themed tweets. Think small and execute by aiming to start yourself up.
If you’re not wanting to work and get better at entrepreneurship, you should probably stop reading now. The balance of this Duck9, Larry Chiang blog post is going to be a rough, rough, ride.
CTCFTR (Cross the Chasm from The Right). This video teases 13 #GuaGuaGuacamole hashtags:


Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)


I add 35 steps to Guacamole. It’s a lot of work. But I taste it.Download the twitter app and search  #GuaGuaGuacamole. Or do it from your desktop. If you’re downloading the app to your iPhone 6, execute the protocol (signature business recipe) #LTMTVA. LTMVTA stands for “less than minimum viable twitter account (LTMVTA)”. Yup, I added 35 steps to the most basic of things.

Attend a tech conference?! I added 35 steps.
Go to a party?! I added 35 steps.
Speak at a conference you’re crashing!? #GuaGuaGuacamole recipe number 4. See Waze speaking and winning #SXSW 2011.
This will cause 600 of 602 readers to stop reading: “RSS feed”. Remember, the only way I became successful in Silicon Valley is I choked down two books written in the 1980’s (Ultimate Credit Handbook and What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School)
RSS. feeds. matter. For Jesus Christ’s mentees’ sake, stanford-bear  with me…

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
There was a Chicago RSS feed co that google bought and then shut. I use the 2004 tech of ‘RSS’ to force execution to execute #ImInHell
RSS didn’t die.
Twitter IS an RSS feed. Like drinking from a firehose on full blast, hydrating is actually possible without drowning. It’s because twitter
– Now has search that fucking works now. I shitake you knot, search has never worked until…
– as of 2014, November, twitter found all of its tweets. Congratulations. As a $3,000,000,000 startup, you’ve effen funnily finally found your webpages
– will make you fall in love with #GuaGuaGuacamole
Twitter is a RSS feed that I effen packed with Easter eggs. If you’re foreign from a war ravaged, rape-y portion of the world, the Easter bunny is a fluffy mascot Jesus uses to give gifts. Easter eggs are actually plastic. And hollow. Inside is a $20 Andrew Jackson. Ya know, twenty bucks is the GDP of your household in a month. I’m a fan of the Easter bunny. But I am competitive with him too

RSS ~> Twitter really simply syndicates “YouTube”. Twitter is an RSS feed for YouTube.

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
YouTube. It’s got every legendary Stanford class on an effen playlist. Like songs. But videos of classes. I’m in hell


For example, “#ENGR145’s anchor video moves you to the right on the entrepreneur bell curve

For example:

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
Twitter. It doesn’t matter U don’t have twitter account because my 32 (signature business recipe) hashtags are public. Right?
For example, “less than minimum viable twitter account (LTMVTA)”.
For example, ENGR145’s class at Stanford University
is a bit ly I memorized
That ENGR 145, CTCFTR, video Is a bit ly I memorized that links to
#GuaGuaGuacamole it applies to models too (I used Gua Gua Guacamole to become a supermodel using an #ExternalAPI)

Keys to selfie. 


Focus eyes 1′ past camera lens. Not the iPhone 9 screen.

— Larry Chiang, Super (credit) Modeler


Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
Keys to selfie. Focus eyes 1′ past camera lens. Not the iPhone 9 screen.
— Larry Chiang, Super (credit) Modeler

I regurgitated Mark McCormack to teach Stanford Engineering E145. Engineering 145.

I got all my #GuaGuaGuacamole from his 1983 book. It’s a book of genius signature business recipes!!!
(This is the basis for THE FIFTH EPIPHANY
Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
Gua Gua Guacamole recipes are my mentors “signature business recipes” from 1983, repackaged #GuaGuaGuacamole
ENGR145’s two anchor videos move you to the right on the entrepreneur bell curve
Is a bit ly I memorized that links to
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