The Bull is Back.
Bullfighter is the epoch-defining software that works with Microsoft Word and PowerPoint to help you find and eliminate jargon in your documents. It may look like a little toolbar with three buttons, but it's actually much more. Bullfighter includes a jargon database and an exclusive Bull Composite Index calculator that will allow you to see -- in an actual window, on your PC display, live -- just how bad a document can be.
The rumors were true. Bullshit now has a number. And you now have the power to calculate it, using the freeware** originally produced by Deloitte Consulting but now distributed as a standalone product.
Requirements: We recommend Microsoft Windows XP, with Microsoft Office 2002 or 2003 installed on a PC, plugged into the wall. Bullfighter may not work properly in all installations of Windows 2000 and Office 2000. This version of Bullfighter does not work with MacOS, Palm, Unix, Xenix, Linux, Spandex, Kleenex or anything else you were going to ask about.
Support: We believe that you can do whatever you set your mind to. "Can't" isn't in your vocabulary. You're strong, brilliant, resourceful and original. Because of this, and also because we have no money to pay the tech support guy, we won't be offering support for Bullfighter. When it was released in 2003 by Deloitte Consulting, Bullfighter was packaged and supported by the firm. Rather than putting the bull out to pasture, Deloitte was gracious enough to allow www.fightthebull.com to continue to offer Bullfighter. The conditions were these: Keep it free***, and make it clearly known that the software is no longer offered under the auspices of Deloitte.
That said, and it was, Bullfighter isn't too complicated. But if you're one those people who usually has the software tech support team on your cell phone speed dial list, you might want to think twice before installing Bullfighter.
So, with all the disclaimer out of the way, download. And make the world a little more comprehensible.
* Yes, free
** That's right, free
*** No costs now or ever