The Postmodernism Generator creates realistic-looking but meaningless academic papers about postmodernism, poststructuralism and similar subjects at the more esoteric end of the humanities. The papers produced are perfectly grammatically correct and read as if written by a human being; any meaning found in them, however, is purely coincidental.
The Postmodernism Generator is based on Andrew Bulhak's original Postmodernism Generator grammar and engine, as mentioned in books including Nassim Nicholas Taleb's Fooled By Randomness and Francis Wheen's How Mumbo-Jumbo Conquered The World. The original Postmodernism Generator code has been carefully adapted to run on the iPhone and take advantage of its capabilities.
The Postmodernism Generator for iPhone has been specially coded to run on the iPhone or iPod Touch and take advantage of the platform's capabilities. The Postmodernism Generator iPhone app is entirely self-contained, and will operate without an internet connection. Papers generated using the Postmodernism Generator can be sent by email, for sharing, printing or other uses*. In addition, the database of text used by the postmodernism generator has been updated and expanded, taking into account recent trends in cultural discourse.
The Postmodernism Generator for iPhone allows you to customise the parameters used to generate postmodernist texts. You can adjust the desired length of texts generated. Also, The Postmodernism Generator can optionally use surnames from your phone's address book in authors' names and footnotes.