Please feel free to contribute! I cleaned up and modernized the repo a little recently, but didn't revise the terms list properly in a very long time (except a few obvious additions like "autonomous" and "AI"), so it's a little outdated. There's so much new bullshit to add!
> Brings all industry-bullshitting bullshits of the Oracle Bullshits Bullshit bullshit to organizations requiring bullshits deployment options. Take bullshit of augmented bullshits and bullshit data bullshit bullshits as part of Oracle Bullshits Server.
> Brings all industry-leading capabilities of the Oracle Analytics Cloud platform to organizations requiring on-premises deployment options. Take advantage of augmented analytics and world-class data discovery capabilities as part of Oracle Analytics Server.
This is truly brilliant.
I can't believe uptime isn't in there.
It comes with a bullshit module, too :)
"A linter for prose."
:command ("proselint" source-inplace)
((warning line-start (file-name) ":" line ":" column ": "
(id (one-or-more (not (any " "))))
(message (one-or-more not-newline)
(zero-or-more "\n" (any " ") (one-or-more not-newline)))
:modes (text-mode markdown-mode gfm-mode org-mode))
I love the expression, "cultivating bullshit bullshit and bullshit thinking". Ironically, it really cuts through the bullshit of "cultivating process-centric innovation and out-of-the-box thinking".
Brings to mind the good old Dada Engine, which was a great practical introduction to Markov chains:
It truly nails down the argument that bullshitting is far more dangerous than lying. With the current political climate it helps make a lot more sense of the craziness.
(Key quote from the linked Wiki summary: "Frankfurt determines that bullshit is speech intended to persuade without regard for truth. The liar cares about the truth and attempts to hide it; the bullshitter doesn't care if what they say is true or false, but rather only cares whether their listener is persuaded.")
Frank was right on the mark 30 years ago!
Today's academic writing is a paragon of brevity and clarity.
Bulldog: A Compiler for VLIW Architectures by John R. Ellis
No. Really? shutupandtakemymoney.gif
When I had to (had the pleasure to) read some older papers, it was like they were from a different genre. They were clear and pleasant to read. Maybe it was before academics were measured by "hard numbers" (the academic version of PageRank - resulting in link farms) that some lazy fools made up.
If you're looking for that other site, stuff redirects there other than this page
(Cloud is striked through)
"Bullshit CSS is a highly customizable, low-level CSS framework that gives you all of the building blocks you need to build bullshit designs without any annoying opinionated styles you have to fight to override."
I fear it is no longer up to date with the most recent buzzword trends though.
LMAO on this one. A worthy successor to "kurwoskrypt" which inserted "kurwa" in random places. ;)
> SAP sets course for the future with bullshit bullshit
> HR and People bullshit
> Bullshit announcement
> Bullshit and digital core
> Future of bullshit has feelings
> Intelligent Bullshit
This is best of breed technology to make the world a better place.
On desktop, if you scroll down to the "Kickstart Your Career', you get some true gems.
One persons job description ends up being "bullshit analyst' and then 'There are over a million jobs in the Salesforce bullshit. '
Should add many more compound word terms,will suggest some on GitHub.
Well done, nice code as well.
> Odds are your IT bullshit sprawls across public and private clouds, bare-metal servers, and virtualized infrastructure.
> Why hybrid bullshit? Modern IT is hybrid IT. Your bullshit has infrastructure, bullshits, apps, and tools from different vendors. Bullshit tools don’t talk to each other.
> Run your hybrid bullshit how you want with a Red Hat Certified Bullshit and Service Provider.
Edit: for those of you who read French, I recommend the "Disruptive Humans of LinkedIn" Twitter account , where OP's bullshit detector would shine like a beacon.
Or just highlight the words and calculate a bullshit ratio or something.
sounds kind of counter-productive. the point of this is to highlight words that have been overused to the point of meaninglessness. If you're trying to use it to improve your own writing, each red "bullshit" is an opportunity to stop and think about what you really mean, not an opportunity to use a different fancy-sounding word that's been suggested by some automated tool.
I briefly made an "in the cloud" -> "on the moon" extension, and I absolutely loved the end results. Especially when I forgot that it was installed, and started reading about Amazon's new Moon.
Sometimes this really makes some stuff more honest.
I seriously want to use this on my own content, as someone when lazy I resort to buzz words.
IIRC bookmarklets are terribly insecure (I'd have to carefully examine the source code, for example, before running this on my gmail.com).