Wow. Our experiment is off to a great start—let's see if we can finish it off sooner than expected.
Somewhere, a grammarian cries whenever an office email contains jargon like "upskill" or "calendarize." Fortunately, Mule Design Studio's Unsuck-It.com transforms business twaddle into sparse Hemingway prose—or at least English. Here, for example, is a soul-crushing bizspeak sentence translated into something E.B. White might recognize:
"We can't boil the ocean, so let's start by bucketizing the deliverables and picking the low-hanging fruit."
Unsucked: "We can't waste time, so let's prioritize what we can easily accomplish."
More corporate argot defanged for your amusement and dismay: