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1 definitions retrieved:
The Jargon File (version 4.4.7, 29 Dec 2003):
A distinctive style of shared intellectual humor found among hackers,
having the following marked characteristics:
1. Fascination with form-vs.-content jokes, paradoxes, and humor having to
do with confusion of metalevels (see meta). One way to make a hacker
laugh: hold a red index card in front of him/her with ?GREEN? written on
it, or vice-versa (note, however, that this is funny only the first time).
2. Elaborate deadpan parodies of large intellectual constructs, such as
specifications (see write-only memory), standards documents, language
descriptions (see INTERCAL), and even entire scientific theories (see
quantum bogodynamics, computron).
3. Jokes that involve screwily precise reasoning from bizarre, ludicrous,
or just grossly counter-intuitive premises.
4. Fascination with puns and wordplay.
5. A fondness for apparently mindless humor with subversive currents of
intelligence in it ? for example, old Warner Brothers and Rocky &
Bullwinkle cartoons, the Marx brothers, the early B-52s, and Monty Python's
Flying Circus. Humor that combines this trait with elements of high camp
and slapstick is especially favored.
6. References to the symbol-object antinomies and associated ideas in Zen
Buddhism and (less often) Taoism. See has the X nature, Discordianism,
zen, ha ha only serious, koan.
See also filk, retrocomputing, and the Portrait of J. Random Hacker in
Appendix B. If you have an itchy feeling that all six of these traits are
really aspects of one thing that is incredibly difficult to talk about
exactly, you are (a) correct and (b) responding like a hacker. These traits
are also recognizable (though in a less marked form) throughout