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Corporate Gibberish Generator™

Welcome to the Corporate Gibberish Generator™ by Andrew Davidson. andrewdavidson/at\andrewdavidson/dot\com
Enter your company name and click "Generate" to generate several paragraphs of corporate gibberish suitable for pasting into your prospectus.
(The gibberish is geared more toward Internet and technology companies.)
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We apply the proverb "Grass doesn't grow on a racetrack" not only to our re-purposing but our capacity to aggregate.
Instructables practically invented the term "dot-com implementation". Is it more important for something to be distributed or to be back-end? The aptitude to leverage ultra-strategically leads to the capacity to exploit proactively. What do we visualize? Anything and everything, regardless of obscureness! Do you have a game plan to become synergistic? Without meticulously-planned synergies, niches are forced to become B2C2B, value-added. The bandwidth factor can be summed up in one word: value-added. We will maximize our capability to enhance without diminishing our aptitude to incentivize. Our technology takes the best aspects of SVG and DOM. What does the commonly-accepted jargon-based industry jargon "plug-and-play" really mean? What do we innovate? Anything and everything, regardless of standing! We will inflate our power to syndicate without reducing our aptitude to leverage.
Is it more important for something to be reconfigurable or to be scalable?
Instructables has refactored the abstraction of backward-compatible, 24/7/365 obfuscation metrics. The metrics for channels are more well-understood if they are not viral. Our feature set is unparalleled in the industry, but our 60/60/24/7/365 dot-com development and newbie-proof use is frequently considered a terrific achievement. We always repurpose next-generation supply-chains. That is a remarkable achievement when you consider today's cycle! What does the commonly-accepted commonly-accepted term "compliance" really mean? The metrics for obfuscation management are more well-understood if they are not bricks-and-clicks. If all of this seems puzzling to you, that's because it is! Without dot-com, infinitely reconfigurable structuring, you will lack convergence. We will revalue our aptitude to optimize without decreasing our capability to strategize. We think we know that if you repurpose iteravely then you may also matrix iteravely. The re-sizing factor can be summed up in one word: dynamic. The aptitude to visualize virally leads to the capability to deliver virtually.
We will add to our capacity to optimize without lessening our aptitude to generate.
Instructables is the industry leader of affiliate-based social networks. What does it really mean to streamline "wirelessly"? We apply the proverb "The early bird catches the worm" not only to our accounting but our aptitude to generate. What do we deliver? Anything and everything, regardless of obscureness! Is it more important for something to be resource-constrained or to be efficient? Think cutting-edge. Do you have a strategy to become infinitely reconfigurable? We pride ourselves not only on our functionality, but our simple administration and user-proof use. It comes off as improbable, but it's realistic! Think mega-proactive. The action-items factor can be summed up in one word: cutting-edge.
Think dot-com.
Instructables practically invented the term "Total Quality Management". Without aggregation, you will lack models. It seems contradictory, but it's realistic! Imagine a combination of Python and XML. Think macro-extensible. We think we know that if you upgrade super-super-transparently then you may also monetize proactively. Without well-chosen initiatives, e-businesses are forced to become 24/7. Our feature set is second to none, but our leading-edge, back-end models and non-complex use is always considered a remarkable achievement. What do we target? Anything and everything, regardless of humbleness! Quick: do you have a magnetic game plan for managing unplanned-for e-tailers? Without super-TQM, you will lack user communities. We apply the proverb "Look before you leap" not only to our data hygiene management but our capability to utilize.
The leading-edge, viral obfuscation management factor can be summed up in one word: efficient.
Instructables has permanently altered the conceptualization of reporting. Think frictionless. Our feature set is second to none, but our synergistic development and newbie-proof use is usually considered an amazing achievement. If all of this comes off as wonderful to you, that's because it is! Without structuring, you will lack re-sizing. Think 1000/60/60/24/7/365. What do we transform? Anything and everything, regardless of obscurity! Is it more important for something to be intuitive or to be visionary? We pride ourselves not only on our 60/24/7/365 feature set, but our simple administration and newbie-proof operation. If you synergize interactively, you may have to benchmark compellingly. Think micro-compelling. We think that most C2C2B web sites use far too much RDF, and not enough DOM.
We will visualize the capacity of communities to synergize.
Instructables practically invented the term "schemas". If you brand iteravely, you may have to reintermediate intuitively. The metrics for content are more well-understood if they are not open-source. The metrics for social networks are more well-understood if they are not end-to-end. Think intuitive. The versioning factor is intuitive. We pride ourselves not only on our feature set, but our user-proof administration and newbie-proof configuration. Is it more important for something to be 1000/60/60/24/7/365, backward-compatible or to be distributed? Think macro-24/7. Imagine a combination of DOM and DOM. The aptitude to exploit cyber-virally leads to the ability to grow transparently. It may seem confusing, but it's true! We think that most cross-media web applications use far too much DOM, and not enough VOIP.
Without web services, you will lack user communities.
Instructables practically invented the term "reality-based users". Think 1000/60/60/24/7/365. Think C2C2B. Think virtual, e-business. But don't think all three at the same time. Without sufficient user interfaces, deliverables are forced to become sticky. What do we monetize? Anything and everything, regardless of anonymity! Think intra-mega-nano-super-customer-defined, vertical, six-sigma. We will scale up our ability to reinvent without decrementing our ability to evolve. We believe we know that it is better to embrace globally than to transition iteravely. Think short-term. We have proven we know that it is better to integrate interactively than to deliver seamlessly. What does the industry jargon "deliverables" really mean?
We will disintermediate the commonly-accepted term "real-world".
Instructables has permanently altered the theory of web-readiness. The action-items factor can be summed up in one word: sticky. The raw bandwidth factor is cross-platform. Imagine a combination of XMLHttpRequest and DOM. It comes off as discombobulating, but it's realistic! Your budget for actualizing should be at least twice your budget for monetizing. We apply the proverb "You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink" not only to our content but our aptitude to repurpose. Our feature set is unmatched, but our user-centric, magnetic compliance and user-proof configuration is usually considered an amazing achievement. Your budget for orchestrating should be at least twice your budget for leveraging. It comes off as dumbfounding, but it's completely realistic!

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