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I feel like I need a shower after watching that. Either that or a stiff drink. I've heard WAY too many of those terms at work in the last six months.

I pretty much understood what he was saying. I wouldn't ever fund a company based on it, but I understood it.

Oooh, so close. It's actually "Takeaway: value-add," the latter actually being a noun, as in, "What's the value-add?"

I hear about 80% of this stuff every week. "Monetize the cloud"? I think I went to a presentation about that last week.

I like it. Reminds me, though, of a dark, smoky coffee house at Bard College in the 60's. Poetry reading. Bearded and sandaled overweight poet. "Moon, June, Swoon; Peace, Lease, Obese; Point, Anoint, Joint; Bus, Fuss, Coitus Interruptus" (Wild applause!)

"Solution the Framework" also sounds like the weird vacabulary of Scientology. I have been inundated with Scientology junk mail addressed to my long dead husband. (Some kind of mistake, he was not interested.) I tried to read a couple brochures just to see what the heck it's all about. It makes no sense at all unless one is an initiate.

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