Category Archives: Word of the Day

WotD: Trollumnist

It used to be that to get your own column in a broadsheet, you needed to add some value. Expertise, skill in interpreting social and political developments, or a distinguished history as a journalist were rewarded with a bit more … Continue reading

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WotD: surge

surge, noun — Throwing good after bad. Such as: money, lives, reputation, international good-will. Recent examples of use: Iraq, Wall Street, deregulation, tax cuts for the top 1%, War on Drugs.

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WoTD: czechnology

czechnology: Using any means necessary to achieve a technology goal, often by employing ‘hackerly’ methods. “After not getting any specific date from a local SONY Service and the need to ship the PSP to Prague, I decided to order the … Continue reading

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