blindtext work well enough to flesh-out and format LaTeX documents, but are these packages all that's available? The question to answer in this thread: how can I use newly generated web content in place of the usual text produced by more standard text generators?
In ConTeXt, you can use
\externalfigure to source any
http:// resource as well. So, just pick your favourite online text and simply
\input it. An example:
\starttext \startasciimode \input http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/10947/pg10947.txt \stopasciimode \stoptext
which gives a 208 page document. The
\startasciimode is to change the catcode of
# so that it does not cause an error.