(1). Mysterious secrets known only to business consultants which are intended to make a company operate in a more proficient and cost-effective manner (see achieve scale). Usually referenced by project managers to indicate to their superiors that they are adding value, when in reality, they are simply maintaining an endless “to do” list.
“Look, Tim, my job here is to find efficiencies that will make us a better business. Now, if you don’t mind, I have to get back to re-writing our coffee break policies and procedures.”
(1). Someone who is a little bit behind the technological times, like Bill from accounting. He can never understand why The Home Depot “follows” him around the internet, and is flabbergasted every time he accidentally hits the SIRI button on his iPhone his kids got him for Christmas and is asked how it can help him. Oh Bill, bless his heart.
(2). If “The Google” got you to this page, then you are a dinosaur.
(3). If Bing got you to this page, then you are a dinosaur.
“So get this kids, I opened up the Internet Explorer and Binged how to properly stain a deck like you told me, and wouldn’t ya know it, a video popped up and played right in front of me. Didn’t have to pay a nickel for it, amazing! Dinosaur no more, am I right?!”