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  • I'm trying to fix that now but seem to have broken other things in the process. Please bear with us (hangs up TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES sign)

    February 11, 2015

  • I had some Bad Gateway the other day. And believe you me, I much prefer Good Gateway.

    February 11, 2015

  • Thanks vendingmachine! You can reach me at feedback@wordnik.com. :-)

    February 12, 2015

  • Yippee! The Flickr visuals are back. Thanks, Erin! You kept your promise to bring them back, ya bish.

    July 1, 2015

  • Wahoo! champagne and cream puffs for everyone!!

    July 1, 2015

  • I would love to take credit for this but I think it might have been something re-juggled on Flickr's end! Let's be very very quiet and hope they don't bump into it again. :-)

    July 1, 2015

  • A round of fufluns, on me!

    July 2, 2015

  • I'm not sure how to word my suggestion intelligibly, but here goes: I wish certain words under the DEFINITIONS had links. For example, when using the RANDOM WORD feature, I often seem to land on a form of a word (-ed, -ing) or its plural more often than the root word (?).

    Example: vituperates. How nice it would be if there was a link for vituperate so I wouldn't have to type vituperate into the SEARCH function to find out what it means.

    Dumb suggestion? Cumbersome?

    August 11, 2015

  • Thanks vendingmachine! Neither an unintelligible nor a dumb suggestion -- it's on the wishlist to improve! I don't have a date yet.

    It's a two-part improvement: one, to make the random words slightly less random in the boring way (to weight them more towards more interesting words) and also to link those "grammatical" definitions to the root form.

    Thank you!

    August 11, 2015

  • I tried to post the Icelandic words:
    gluggaveður (n.): window-weather
    raðljóst: (n.): enough light to find one's way by
    Wordnik wouldn't add the word directly (I had to add brackets here instead). Also, when I click on gluggaveður, I'm not able to add the definition in the comments. 

    Hope I made a bit of sense.

    April 15, 2016