Fake Startup Landing Page From HBO’s ‘Silicon Valley’ Is Better Than Many Real Startup Landing Pages

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The hottest startup in the Bay Area is now online: Pied Piper’s landing page is live.

The documentary tracking the company’s progress, produced by the noted biographical network HBO, is the cause célèbre of Silicon Valley at the moment. Nerds of every stripe gather near talking boxes each week to watch the exploits of people that are about to be far, far richer than themselves.

Pied Piper is a startup right out of the history books. From high-minded corporate statements that you pretend to understand:

Pied Piper is a multi-platform technology based on a proprietary universal compression algorithm that has consistently fielded high Weisman Scores™ that are not merely competitive, but approach the theoretical limit of lossless compression.

To employee-investor-stoner-executive hybrids that have generated hundreds of millions in venture capital losses over the past few decades:

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It’s worth noting that Yahoo’s job listing for Chief Yahoo does in fact require a degree in Frisbee, whereas Lead Magician at Box does not. Perhaps we’ll see Bachmann don the purple in coming months.

For now, read the site. You can’t be a lean SaaS ninja with a focus on cryptocurrency and on-demand artisanal burritos if you don’t Pied Piper.

In other news, HBO has renewed the show for another season.