Or maybe it’ll be to “engage semantic platforms.” All of this depends on your particular needs when it comes to creating your new startup’s press release/business plan/mission statement mashup. This is normally a tiring, harsh, and often a long-weekend workup for most entrepreneurs.
Now, you guessed it, there’s an app for that.
The author says it’s an update of the old favorite Web Economy Bullshit Generator from dack.com. Updated with a new look, more current jargon, and a brighter smile. The author even went so far as to give you full, step-by-step instructions on how to use the Web 2.0 B.S. Generator to make your Business Plan in 8 easy steps.
So, using his formula, since I had some spare time on my hands, I came up with a great new startup that is now pending trademark and domain registration as I type. Here’s my new Business Plan:
Startup Name (and .biz): Demilith
Mission Statement: Demilith has a two-fold mission: to design authentic weblogs and incentivize blogging value. Through both avenues, the company will engage dynamic platforms as we reinvent Cluetrain networking. As our blog begins to beta-test rich-client wikis, we will enable viral network effects by working with our partners to design citizen-media feeds.
With the dynamics therein, Demilith hopes to post embedded Web services while simultaneously working to integrate dynamic Web services to create a disintermediate peer-to-peer value. The synergies thus created will remix social communities in a new way by building a shared user-centered API.
What do you think? Is Demilith on the fast-track or what? I’ve got my guy working on the logo right now. We should be meeting with some angel investors sometime next week. Tweet ya later.