language post archive

  1. Something incoherent for the week’s end
  2. That’s a few typos
  3. The @elkeee schooling me on obliviousness
  4. Aiyo in the Oxford English Dictionary
  5. Verbal ticks that never change
  6. What Americans don’t understand about Australia
  7. Tech people starting their sentences with “So, ...”
  8. The ignominy of relegation
  9. Mathematician’s answer, via Screenbeard
  10. Don’t write “how it looks like”
  11. You can (not) bracket
  12. Hackers are malicious
  13. Acronym Finder isn’t one
  14. Word of the day: Diffident
  15. Today’s word: Allocable
  16. Friday Fanmail: Machon SERP, and a novella quote
  17. Algorithms directing art
  18. CSS didn’t decouple content from presentation
  19. Wikipedia’s mathematics articles need work
  20. Yahoo Groups deletion follow up
  21. Relieved to see Perl 6 being renamed
  22. Disambiguating licence plates
  23. Capitalise first letter in Perl
  24. Type fast and break prose
  25. Lateral thinking: sponges
  26. After the jump
  27. Peter Cook and Microsoft Bob on The Bard
  28. Self-redundancy
  29. Publuc keys
  30. A dodgy English sentence on USB keys
  31. Ports
  32. A YouTube Overwatch video
  33. Want better platitudes? Ask bigger marketing
  34. WordNet and Problematical
  35. Addressable SMB
  36. Confirm shaming
  37. Trying Grammarly
  38. The G in PNG and JPG
  39. Das FütenBaum
  40. A Californian rooter van
  41. Yeah but, y’know, caffeine butter
  42. GitHub supported manifest files
  43. Gotten
  44. This press release is excited!
  45. Dat sentence
  46. Eschewing (gesundheit) the word just
  47. The best thesaurus sentence of 2016
  48. Water stars
  49. Words that must die #0
  50. Veraciously voracious!
  51. Now I know how it feels to talk to me
  52. #Anime Croque-Monsieur Coquettishness?
  53. Maintaining my spelling
  54. Profanity
  55. After the jump… into a BP lake
  56. Whopping 7% of Americans on Twitter
  57. Losing my mind, loosly
  58. Conflicting xml:lang attribute woes