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Posts Tagged ‘terminology’

A Guide To New And Outdated Technology Terms [INFOGRAPHIC]

As technology has altered our daily lives, such that 46% of U.S. adults own a smartphone and 44% of U.S. companies have acquired a customer through Twitter, so too has it altered our vocabularies.

Lebara UK created the infographic below to examine the evolution of technology terms from VHS to thread.

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Twitter’s ‘Favorite’ Button Could Be Called ‘Star’ Or Even ‘Like’ In The Future

Do you hit the “Favorite” button when someone tweets something profound? It’s a useful way to save tweets – which are notorious for disappearing from most timelines a few seconds after they’re sent – and read them or click on their link at a later time.

However, if you’re already a fan of the “Favorite” you might want to brace yourself: Twitter is apparently testing terminology like “Like” and “Star” instead.
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Advanced Twitter Terminology To Get You Tweeting Like A Pro

If you’ve mastered the ability to condense your thoughts into 140 characters and have @reply conversations with people on Twitter, it’s time you stepped up your game and learned some of the more advanced Twitter terminology.
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