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The term was first used in 1946 as student slang.
The following terms are, or were, examples of buzzwords (see also list of buzzwords):
See also 
- Buzzword bingo
- Buzzword compliant
- Golden hammer
- Marketing buzz
- Marketing speak
- Power word
- Virtue word
- Weasel word
- Grammar.About.com - definition of buzzword
- Online Etymology Dictionary. Douglas Harper, Historian.
- The Register: The Long Tail's maths begin to crumble
- Evolt: Buzzword Bingo
- "The Buzzword Bingo Book: The Complete, Definitive Guide to the Underground Workplace Game of Doublespeak", author: Benjamin Yoskovitz, publisher: Villard, ISBN 978-0-375-75348-0
- Cnet.com's Top 10 Buzzwords
Further reading 
- Negus, K. Pickering, M. 2004. Creativity, Communication and Cultural Value. Sage Publications Ltd
- Collins, David. 2000. Management fads and buzzwords : critical-practical perspectives. London ; New York : Routledge
- Godin, B. 2006. The Knowledge-Based Economy: Conceptual Framework or Buzzword?. The Journal of technology transfer 31 (1): 17-.
|Look up buzzword or buzz-phrase in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.|
- The Buzzword Generator Generates buzzwords and sample sentences containing such generated buzzwords
- LanguageMonitor – Watchdog on contemporary English usage
- N-Gage At E3 Showcases Immersive Games And Next-Generation Mobile Gaming – an example of buzzwords in action.
- The Web Economy Bullshit Generator
- On living wage, affordable housing, etc.
- View buzzwords, add buzzwords, comment on buzzwords
- The Online Dictionary of Language Terminology
- Guide to Corporate Buzzwords, Part 1 - a look at buzzwords in Corporate America
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