Who is Thom Dingmus?
An InBorfestigation on the Mysterious Boy Wonder of Business
LOS ANGELES, CA– The tech and corporate world is a-hashtag-buzz per the announcement last week that Makeson Drinxon (MAXDRX) have acquired the services of tech prodigy and ultimate heartthrob Thom Dingmus in an as of yet undisclosed position.
Most said, “Thom Dingmus? Where have I heard that name? A british indie band?”
Not quite. Because back in 2012, Thom Dingmus was the hot commodity prodigy probably blasting on your airwaves as he stormed the Silicon Valley scene when he was released from Oxford on the Hudson in his first year with an honorary degree in “Learning Faster.”
And in an almost immediate swoop, Dingmus was picked up by the one and only Heretofore Unnamed Mogul Tech Corp (Hfumtc).
The tabloids spouted off of work on a chest-top PC made entirely of water and military-grade software sold to CBS’ The Big Bang Theory. But most of the “Boy Wonder’s” work went unmarked.
Tireless scouring for any reports or documentation on the bulk of his work in the intervening years were futile. A mere mention in the annual newsletter or team photo, but nothing more. And though I may be exactly like a young Sarah Koenig of This American Life’s Serial-fame, things were getting lit.
In 2014, ThomDing parted ways with the tech giants with not much word as to why. The rumormill was at it again, many claiming something more… nefarious than is to be expected.
Difficult as it was to find something about the break up, bits and pieces could be gathered. What seems to have started as an inquest into the misuse of company funds, became a possible discovery of off-grid new age software manufacturing and unsanctioned human testing. We should state, no confirmation of these claims could be made. O-M-effing-G! Right?!
Since the split, Dingmus veritably fell off the map. In no place could you find even a peep as to his whereabouts. No social media or paparazzi yahtzee. No celeb girltoy boy ploys. Not a #PEEP! …Until now. In the hot new reality series Makesing the Brand from Makeson Drinxon.
Talk about a big reveal. This guy is huge news for a boob tube ruse, and Makeson Drinxon just pulled quite the coupe. If he really is going to be taking over marketing for the corporate liquor giants as they continue their shift into the multimedia sellers game, big things are on the way.
Look out SuperPAC. Thom Dingmus is back and hotter than #ever!
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