dot-communism

1. A totalitarian system of enterprise where a single authoritarian body controls the production of lame web-based products, software, services, or goods.
2. A system or theory that advocates the elimination of a private life, an actual IPO date, and long term financial security.

After two unproductive years of disappointment and disrespect at placeofemployment.com, John realized he had become a victim of dot-communism. So he quit.

3. The belief that all services provided over the Internet should be free of charge.

Ed. Have you seen Pseudodictionary.com?

Ted. Yeah, it rocks. Someone's got a serious case of dot-communism for sure.


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