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Journo Ipsum

A lorem ipsum generator for future-of-news nerds

Lorum ipsum is the traditional Latin placeholder text, used when a designer needs a chunk of text for dummying up a layout. Journo Ipsum is like that, only using some of the most common catchphrases, buzzwords, and bon mots of the future-of-news crowd. Hit reload for a new batch. For entertainment purposes only. (More here.)

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