via geeky Questionable Content tshirt. Appears to be D&D terminology (per this): "most abilities that inflict Conditions on people (such as Silenced) would be "save ends," which means at the end of every round the creature gets to roll a d20 and on a 10 or better, the Condition ends."
"There was a new vocabulary word, wandervogel, used to describe the itinerant-traveling-scholar life of a famed researcher when he was in his unformed, rapidly-learning youth: my dictionary tells me that this translates into “bird of passage.” -from Composing a Life by Mary Catherine Bateson, via Mel Chua's blog
"an alternate hidden layer to be read by eyes that see the world in a wider range of wavelengths.
Timo and Jack call this “Antiflage” – a made-up word for something we’re just starting to play with.
It is the opposite of camouflage – the markings and shapes that attract and beguile robot eyes that see differently to us – just as Dawkins describes the strategies that flowers and plants have built up over evolutionary time to attract and beguile bees, hummingbirds – and exist in a layer of reality complimentary to that which we humans sense and are beguiled by."
Sente reference manager uses hotwords to mean "customizable, multiple keywords, displayed in multiple colors". Others should adopt this use, check the video linked from their documentation, it'll make sense.
Gambiarra is the Brazilian practice of makeshifts, the art of resorting to quirky and smart improvisation in order to repair what doesn’t work or to create what you need with what you have at your disposal. Gambiologia is the ‘science’ that studies this form of creative improvisation and celebrates it by combining it with electronic-digital techniques.” from Gambiologia, the Brazilian art and science of kludging via this blog post.