"Blamestorming: To sit around and discuss why a deadline was
missed or a project failed and who's responsible. Like
brainstorming, from which it is derived, blamestorming is done
with little regard for the quality of contributions to the
discussion." [Wired, 2/97]
Namestorming: To sit around and discuss new terms and puns
that are currently popular for the purpose of filling up a 1" x 4"
sidebar, while perpetuating your publication's "trendy" or
Feignstorming: To pretend to contribute to a brainstorming
session by talking loudly and endlessly while waving your hands
around and squinting into the distance, as if you can spot the
Next Big Thing if you look hard enough.
Lamestorming: To sit around and criticize why everything
and everyone in America is lame, usually ending with a plan to
leave the country.
Famestorming: To sit around and mull over various easy ways
to become famous, and what one would do once famous. Sessions
usually end with a call to 1. the organizer of an open mike night,
2. an agent, 3. a therapist.
Framestorming: To dream up ways to redesign your site using
frames. Framestorming is done with little regard for the
usefulness of the frames, the reader's perspective, or the
downloading time for those without T1 connections.
Samestorming: To beat a joke into the ground by producing far
too many slight variations on the same theme.