I don’t know about you people, but I don’t want to live in a world where someone else makes the world a better place better than we do.
The greatness of human accomplishment has always been measured by size. The bigger, the better. Until now. Nanotech. Smart cars. Small is the new big. In the coming months, Hooli will deliver Nucleus, the most sophisticated compression software platform the world has ever seen. Because if we can make your audio and video files smaller, we can make cancer smaller. And hunger. And AIDS.
It’s weird. They always travel in groups of five. These programmers, there’s always a tall, skinny white guy; short, skinny Asian guy; fat guy with a ponytail; some guy with crazy facial hair; and then an East Indian guy. It’s like they trade guys until they all have the right group.
When Dinesh calls me retarded frankenstein, or he describes me as AIDS lady or Gilfoyle refers to me as effeminate k.d. lang, I know this is a joke among friends.
When Bill Gates got married on Lanai, he rented every helicopter on the Hawaiian islands so that paparazzi couldn’t use them to fly over. Although in that case, it was a positive, because now you can imagine that wedding however you want.
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What is Hooli? Excellent question. Hooli isn’t just another high tech company. Hooli isn’t just about software. Hooli… Hooli is about people. Hooli is about innovative technology that makes a difference, transforming the world as we know it. Making the world a better place, through minimal message oriented transport layers. I firmly believe we can only achieve greatness if first we achieve goodness.
We need to do what any animal in nature does when it’s cornered, act erratically, and blindly lash out at everything around us.