It is quite impressive to see how far the corporate lingo generators have come since the bad-old-days of dial up!
Andrew Davidson has put together a generator that is hilarious to read. It's scary to think of the number of presentations I've listened to that sound exactly like the following direct quote:
What does the term "web services" really mean?
We here at WebWiz@rd HQ have proven we know that it is better to facilitate virtually than to grow cyber-cyber-extensively. Is it more important for something to be 1000/60/60/24/7/365 or to be bricks-and-clicks, mission-critical? Do you have a game plan to become user-defined? Without iteration, you will lack e-commerce. Think cross-platform. We have proven we know that if you iterate wirelessly then you may also whiteboard virtually. Our feature set is unmatched in the industry, but our social-network-based nano-intra-short-term raw bandwidth and user-proof operation is always considered a remarkable achievement. Think nano-compelling. What does it really mean to optimize "magnetically"? We apply the proverb "Don't count your chickens before they're hatched" not only to our Total Quality Management but our aptitude to embrace.
The e-businesses factor is revolutionary.