As a whole, English makes absolutely no sense . That becomes particularly evident in spelling. Consider the fictitious word " ghoti ," an often cited example of English's confusing sounds. "Ghoti" technically spells "fish." Use the "gh" sound in "tough"; the "o ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Business Insider
These days, Google has become everybody’s personal assistant. Whenever a person needs to check out a word in a dictionary, do some research in an encyclopedia, calculate some figures, or even search for a place in a map, all ... FULL ARTICLE AT Manila Bulletin
The Urban Dictionary defines "glasshole" as "a person who constantly talks to their Google Glass, ignoring the outside world" or "someone who has early access or is in possession of Google Glasses, and flaunts them around like a jerk." These ... FULL ARTICLE AT MediaPost
The crowd has knowledge, and the crowd has power. Listen to them and your decisions will be informed by their needs and reflect what they want. Crowdsourcing is nothing new. Since the beginning of time, people have come together to ... FULL ARTICLE AT Inc.
Did you know the State Department has a blog? I happened upon it — at 3:40 a.m., just now — after clicking from Memeorandum — one of my most-used bookmarks to "2014 International Women of Courage Award Winners," at the State ... FULL ARTICLE AT Ann Althouse Blog
Barbadians tend to be “copycats”, albeit selective, ignoring those things which could take us forward while implementing those which could destroy us. We seem to think we can move forward in our development by leaving everything to someone’s discretion ... FULL ARTICLE AT Barbados Nation News
A dictionary, also referred to as a lexicon, wordbook, or vocabulary, is a collection of words in one or more specific languages, often listed alphabetically, with usage information, definitions, etymologies, phonetics, pronunciations, and other information; or a book of words in one language with their equivalents in another, also known as a lexicon. According to Nielsen 2008 a dictionary may be... Full
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