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mkb commented on the word lolest
February 12, 2009
mkb commented on the word defuddled
August 14, 2008
mkb commented on the word transclusion
Inclusion by reference. Term coined by Ted Nelson. For full explanation see...
July 31, 2008
mkb commented on the word crisitunity
July 26, 2008
mkb commented on the word youandhiom
"Why don't you just face it? I am a *great* speller."
July 9, 2008
mkb commented on the word asshatinated
Assassination of a person who might be described as an asshat.
July 6, 2008
mkb commented on the word metaprogramming
Writing programs that write or modify other programs.
June 12, 2008
mkb commented on the word discursive
That there is a damn fine word.
May 29, 2008
mkb commented on the word encephalopathy
My stock in trade.
May 22, 2008
mkb commented on the word melancholic
May 14, 2008
mkb commented on the word phlegmatic
One of the four humors.
May 9, 2008
mkb commented on the word giyf
Should be all-caps GIYF. Stands for "Google It You Fucker" or more delicately, "Google Is Your Friend."
May 6, 2008
mkb commented on the word coworking
What a spiff idea: http://coworking.pbwiki.com/
mkb commented on the word perinormal
Around normal. Not normal, but not abnormal either.
May 3, 2008
mkb commented on the word inemuri
The Japanese practice of sleeping on the job. It literally means, "sleeping while present". It is a way to show how committed to you are to working. In other words, you spend so much time working that you sleep too little and have to do Inemuri.
April 17, 2008
mkb commented on the word testicularion
December 11, 2007
mkb commented on the word prang
October 27, 2007
mkb commented on the word gug
I meant to type "huh" into the IRC channel at work a couple years ago and gug is what came out. I'd probably have forgotten, but JT repeated it and the newly coined word lodged in my head. Urban Dictionary and HP Lovecraft seem to have existing meanings, but I reject them. There is no meaning, only Zul.
October 14, 2007
mkb commented on the word weeb
October 13, 2007
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