randomnoun is the vitally important clue discovered by Hercule Poirot in the smoking room, was tortured out of a suspect by Jack Bauer, or is about to be Columbo’s one more thing.
randomnoun is the product that the company your quantitative analyst recommended actually makes
randomnoun is the reason why interest rates went up/down yesterday
randomnoun is the reason why exchange rates are going up/down today
randomnoun is the reason why the SOI is going to go up/down tomorrow
randomnoun is the name of the political party that your political party gave their preferences to
randomnoun is what someone who voted liberal thinks is the bottleneck in your scalability platform
randomnoun is a new flavour of dirt that the chinese can turn into cheaper TVs.
randomnoun is what’s behind door number 2 on that TV gameshow
randomnoun is the insurance policy that you actually needed to get
randomnoun is the next two-syllable mobile app that you’re going to download
randomnoun is what’s at the top of your core dump’s stackframe
randomnoun is the arbitrary level of complexity that your client wants in their ‘easy-to-use’ query builder to avoid having to write the SQL themselves, which may or may not include the ability to put conditions in brackets .
randomnoun is the quantitative difference between the word ‘cloud’ and the word ‘datacentre’, between the phrase ‘big data’ and the word ‘database’. and between ‘datacentre’ and ‘that PC that sits in the kitchenette on the shelf above the kettle, 20 years after someone invented Moore’s Law’
randomnoun is the filename that the Australian Tax Office helpfully gives to the PDF in which it describes how to complete your activity statement.
randomnoun is the phonetic pronunciation of every device driver that is displayed in autoruns.exe
randomnoun is the final end-result of the Digital Convergence
Think that about covers it.
I reserve the right to add to this list over time.