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NASA's Buzzword generator
In 1966 a NASA memorandum describes a Buzzword generator consisting of three columns of Buzzwords. You should randomly select three digits between 0 and 9 and use them as an index for the columns 1 to 3. Suddenly you got three Buzzwords that spice up any presentation.
The original document was brought to my attention by a tweet just a few days ago.
The original tweet of the NASA Buzzword generator
I immediately thought, a random generator, let's make it into a web page, just for fun. Here are the words of the Buzzword generator:
Your Buzzwords are:
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