And now for something completely different . . .
Ever find yourself reading along in a post or a comment–or worse an email–and suddenly you encounter a set of letters that mean something. You’re sure they do, but you don’t know what. They are some sort of email and Internet shorthand. For whatever reason, you don’t feel comfortable asking anyone what they mean. Finally, there’s a place where you can sneak away and find out on your own . . .
The Internet Slang Dictionary and Translator
Yes, folks, you never have to feel out in the cold again. You can join the in crowd and be one of the gang, tossing around Internet slang like the rest of them. Best of all, you’ll actually what they mean. Imagine what boon to your business life this little tool could be! 🙂
Beyond the dictionary and translator, you will also find a number of good articles on net slang and net etiquette worth reading under the tap NET GUIDE.
Seriously click the screen shot, and go have some fun.
btw, syl. ttfn. hago
While you’re there, check this one–> PEBKAC
I’ll wait here for you.
–ME “Liz” Strauss
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