> From Robert.Harley@inria.fr Mon Sep 9 04:37:17 1996
> >resulting in what the companies described as
> Wait for it...
> >a mission-critical infrastructure for managing enterprise applications
The crowd goes wild!!
> How does anyone come up with a phrase so devoid of bits?
Easy. Invoke the patented Architext MarketText (tm) engine of
Run it over and over and over again, with beautiful results every
time. =) For example,
Using groundbreaking fuzzy logic protocols and advanced case-based
reasoning techniques, Architext has designed networked architectures for
interactive enabling solutions. Architext delivers distributed
client-server products in an empowering environment for enterprise
technologies. Architext is a corporate expert in offering
mission-critical solutions in a corporate enterprise for ground-breaking
And running again...
Architext provides revolutionary products for open interactive agents.
Architext is an international expert in providing client-server
solutions in a ground-breaking environment for distributed multimedia
protocols. Using advanced genetic algorithm techniques, Architext has
created comprehensive suites for corporate architectures.
Architext offers empowering intelligent technologies for networked
client-server solutions in a visionary workplace. Architext is an
international expert in providing turnkey architectures in a
multi-platform environment. Using revolutionary fractal compression
technologies and groundbreaking case-based reasoning methods, Architext
has created interactive suites for enterprise technologies.
By jove, *now* you've got it. =) =) =)
The problem with engineers is that they tend to cheat in order to get
results. The problem with mathematicians is that they tend to work
on toy problems in order to get results. The problem with program
verifiers is that they tend to cheat at toy problems in order to get