Corporate Lingo for the 90's

You can't be cool if you're using outdated lingo.  Here's the
 latest from the corporate and Silicon Valley jungles.
 "percussive maintenance"
 the fine art of whacking a device to get it working
 "prairie dogging"
 in companies where everyone has a cubicle  -- something happens
 and everyone pops up to look
 "blowing your buffer"
 losing your train of thought
 "yuppie food coupons"
 twenty dollar bills from an ATM
 "square headed girlfriend" (or boyfriend)
 manuals and documentation
 putting up emotional shields (from the retracting armor that
 covers the batmobile, as in "she started talking marriage and he
 started batmobiling")
 afflicts those with vibrating pagers characterized by sudden
 spasms, goofy facial expressions and loss of speech
 when a technology is overtaken in the market by inferior but
 better marketed competition, as in "Microsoft betamaxed Apple 
   right out of the market"
 a WWW site that never changes
 "going postal"
 totally stressed out and losing it like postal employees who go 
 on shooting rampages
 "high dome"
 egghead, scientist, PhD
 "elvis year"
 the peak year of popularity, as in "1993 was Barney the 
 dinosaur's elvis year"
   fast food joints, strip malls, sub-divisions, as in "we were so lost
 in generica that I couldn't remember what city it was"
 annoying but you can't stop watching, e.g. the O.J. trial
 the physical world (as opposed to the virtual), also "carbon
 community", "facetime", "F2F", "RL"
 "salmon day"
 swimming upstream all day to get screwed in the end
 "siliwood" also "hollywired"
 the coming convergence of movies, interactive TV and computers
 "world wide wait"