The Jarg­ona­tor

Swat­ting the buzz­words of busi­ness since 2014.

Inc. (USA) - - LAUNCH - BY BEN SCHOTT

BOUND­LESS COM­PUT­ING • noun

“At its sim­plest level, bound­less com­put­ing aims to bring com­put­ing hard­ware closer to data sources, cut­ting down on the need for com­plex lay­ers of over­ly­ing soft­ware, al­low­ing users to ‘un­leash the full po­ten­tial of com­put­ing.’ ” In other words: com­put­ing. Source: ITProPor­tal

PERVNADO • noun

“The un­stop­pable, un­pre­dictable scope of rep­u­ta­tional de­struc­tion” sweep­ing the worlds of me­dia, pol­i­tics, and fine din­ing. Of course, other busi­nesses are im­mune to any form of ha­rass­ment, so, noth­ing to see here, folks. Source: Weekly Stan­dard

NEONTOCRACY • noun

“A world that re­volves around the needs of chil­dren far be­yond the ba­sics of food and ma­te­rial com­fort.” Co­in­ci­den­tally, this is also the def­i­ni­tion of cov­fefe. Source: New Sci­en­tist

BYEJINKS • noun

“Emo­tion­ally satisfying, sedi­tious fi­nal acts [that] ac­com­pany one’s last day on the job.” I have in­serted 23 pro­foundly li­belous state­ments into this col­umn, in case Inc. cans me. Source: The Wash­ing­ton Post/ Brad Levy

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