Generation CTRL-XMost of you will have heard of Douglas Coupland's Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture, a visual-literary "novel" about the meaninglesness of our blessed consumer culture. But the people of this "accelerated" culture were mostly born in the sixties, whereas myself and most people I know are born in the late seventies and early eighties. My manifesto relates not to Generation X, but to Generation CTRL-X: the cut'n'paste culture, or if you wish, the copy-paste culture.
Now, what suprises me is that so many of you, especially the Mac-usurers who seem to have too much money on their hands, have certain difficulties controlling their ability to copy-paste. Why is this? One important factor in correctly copy-pasting is that one should not drag the mouse arrow from the beginning of the term to the end, but back to front. It's comparable to how women wipe their backsides (smellask your girlfriend). That way you can eliminate the chance of accidentally carrying over an unwanted "space", which in the case of passwords is antithetical to success. That being said, I advise you to get some CTRL-X training in an advertising agency or a military database or something.