Originally an idea from Dilbert, it is now an actual program for the Palm Pilot. The idea is to have a bingo card, but instead of numbers, the squares are filled with random buzzwords relating to a meeting. At that meeting people can tick off buzzwords as they hear them, with the first to complete a row being the winner. It is a good way to get something out of a dreary sales pitch or 'executive briefing'.

This originated in the early days of SGI (before the Great Sellout), when someone would hand out random buzzwords on pieces of paper; first to hear an entire row calls out bingo. Spices up those boring meetings.
See also: point the pencil and skinnyhacking.

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