Stuff you have to learn to remain employable just got even more bloody frustrating, with the launch of Wazza Point, the new social media in the cloud as a service platform, that promises to revolutionise business.
"You won't be getting anything done quickly in the next month, because Wazza Point has shifted the paradigm outside the box," said the Tommy Miggins, 14 year old serial entrepreneur and CEO of Fiery Hoops, which publishes the software. Fiery Hoops specialises in CBC (constant bloody changes) architectures for the workplace. Last year it was voted in the Sunday Times Top 100 Constantly Changing Places to Work in.
"Our intuitive system hides functions in places you would never dream of looking, in menus that are utterly illogical. Typing an angry letter to South West trains has never been more complicated," said Miggins.
With an aggressive marketing campaign aimed at gullible, easily impressed nerds (or early adopters, as they are known in the IT trade) it won't be long before this infection is spreading across your workplace, like an outbreak of mass hysteria. Soon nobody will admit that they don't like it, and you'll be forced to invest some of your personal life learning the basic functions - or you'll soon be unemployable.
"All the guys at the water cooler are talking ball park fig-yures about this app," said IT analyst Drew Shaw-Tarse,"it's time to step up to the plate. I'm not being alarmist, but if you don't get Wazza Point you could be out of a job in five years."