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‘GIF’ (graphic interchange format) was officially named the US word of the year by the Oxford Dictionary, while Britain’s was ‘omnishambles’. Both are terrible decisions and I demand a recount. RECOUNT OR I’M MOVING TO CANADA. “Do it.” MAYBE I WILL. “Do it.” MAYBE I WILL. “DO IT.” I’m too lazy to go anywhere, I just like complaining. An explanation of the winners and some depressing bronze medal finishers:
Oxford University Press on Tuesday crowned the word [omnishambles] — defined as “a situation that has been comprehensively mismanaged, characterized by a string of blunders and miscalculations” — its top term of 2012.
The editors said gif was being recognized for making the crucial transition from noun to verb, “to gif”: to create a gif file of an image or video sequence, especially relating to an event. And, inevitably, to share it online.
Europe’s financial crisis lent the shortlisted word “Eurogeddon,” while technology produced “second screening” — watching TV while simultaneously using a computer, phone or tablet — and social media popularized the acronym “YOLO,” you only live once.
I mean, I guess I should just be thankful that YOLO didn’t win because if it did I would have officially called it quits on life. One time my buddy yelled YOLO and tried peeing off my balcony and I punched him so hard he probably wished you only live zero times. Then I called the police and told them a man on drugs had broken into my apartment. They came and arrested him and took him to jail and everything. Hey — if you want life experiences, I’ll give you life experiences.
Thanks to Pyrblaze and liz, who both expressed sadness peen didn’t make the last. Nobody more than me guys, nobody more than me.
AT&T announced earlier this week that it start pushing its spate of Windows Phones starting this Friday, and now rival carrier Verizon Wireless has come out with an announcement of its own.
Apparently, VZW plans to begin taking pre-orders for the HTC Windows Phone 8X and the slightly chubby Nokia Lumia 822 starting at 1AM Eastern tomorrow, but the carrier has chosen to leave out a few key details like, say, when the devices will actually launch.
Oh sure, Verizon has teased some vague timeframes in the past: it previously announced that both handsets would be in stores by Thanksgiving, but there’s never been any official word on a firm release date. Thanks to a few leaks though, we can make some educated guesses — WPCentral cited an internal roadmap and reported in late October that Verizon planned to push both devices into its sales channels starting on November 12. Also on that roadmap were purported prices for the two handsets ($ 99 for the 822 on a two-year contract, $ 199 for the 16GB 8X) as well as color choices for each device, all of which Verizon ended up confirming a few days later in an official statement.
Then again, things may have been shuffled around a bit since then — if you’ll recall, HTC and Verizon are holding a press event in New York City on the 13th where the two intend to show off their latest “collaboration.” HTC and VZW are widely expected to pull back the curtains on the oft-leaked, Android-powered Droid DNA smartphone, which seems like a curious choice of timing if the Lumia 822 and the HTC 8X are really slated to launch the day before. Stolen thunder, anyone?
Of course, that’s not to say it won’t happen, but I’d hope to see Verizon Wireless give its customers a little more time to digest the Windows Phone announcement before springing a top-tier Android device on the masses. For the time being though, we’ll just have to wait and see how Verizon’s plan unfolds, but here’s hoping they ship sooner rather than later. After all, Windows Phone devotees on Verizon are probably getting sick and tired of the single WP device in the carrier’s arsenal.Related Posts:
Question by choicie2k2001: Name at least three jobs that have been influenced by such technological advances as robotics, word processing? Name at least three jobs that have been influenced by such technological advances as robotics, word processing? Name at least three jobs that have been influenced by such technological advances as robotics, word processing software, fax machines, and electronic mail. Describe the jobs prior to the technological advances and explain how these jobs have changed or will change because of the technological advances. For each job, list the new skills that you feel are relevant for pay-for-knowledge pay programs.
Answer by Brad TOkay, seriously no one wants to do your homework for you. Part of learning means putting in the work. Here are some tips though. For industries I’d start with the Auto Industry as far as robotics, and software (someone needs to make the robots do stuff and they can’t do that without someone writing the program to make it move) I’d also look into Sales jobs. A lot of sales jobs use e-mail and fax machines to communicate between states. Not all companies are consolidated in one spot. Example: I worked at a bank in a call canter and we would have to contact insurance companies in different states or we had to create a report of someones identity getting stolen and send it to the Identity Theft department located in a different state or city. So there is a pretty good jumping off point. Seriously do the work and don’t expect free answers, You have the internet and it’s a great tool, but asking for free answers is lame. Be happy you have the internet. Actually you might even use that as another industry, being a student is a job, am I right? You have the internet where it wasn’t always available back in the day.
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Merriam-Webster just announced its new Dictionary API, which gives developers access to the full dictionary and thesaurus, along with more specialized content like medical, Spanish, ESL and student-targeted vocabulary lists. The API will let app makers integrate word definitions, etymologies, audio pronunciations and more. While this content will no doubt make it into a slew of educational apps, Merriam-Webster says it will also enhance word games, so maybe Scramble and Words with Friends will finally start accepting those obscure three-letter words you have up your sleeve.
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Question by : What is a good app on the IPad 2 to do school assignments like Microsoft Word? I am trying to do an essay for LA and I want to do it on my iPad… Does anybody know some good apps for this?
Answer by nicnik016Cloud On!!!! And it’s free! it’s just like MS Word and the documents can be transferred to a desktop or laptop using Dropbox which is also a free app!!!
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Question by XcLuSiiVE: WHAT IS THE WORD for the use of ROBOTICS for a human body part? Ok so I know there is a term for when robotics is used in place of a human body part. I think it is called cybernetics but I could be way off.
Answer by Stephen TCybernetics is correct.
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People store their emails, photos and documents online to keep them from being lost or accidentally deleted. But what about the records we never save to begin with, like phone conversations and text messages? These hold a lot of useful data and can sometimes be the only point of reference for important conversations.
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I’ve been testing Calltrunk, a service that records, stores and transcribes calls initiated by its app or website; a manual feature on iPhones and Skype also enables recording incoming calls. It uses landlines, mobile phones or Skype accounts to place calls, and these calls are stored in a password-protected account for $ 5 to $ 50 monthly. I also tested Uppidy, a free service that, once installed on an Android phone or BlackBerry, automatically logs all text messages sent to or from that phone in a Web-based account for reading or sorting later.
The services worked, though neither notifies the person on the other end of the call or text that their words are being saved, which feels creepy. The exception to this rule is calls initiated on the Calltrunk iPhone app, which (by default) play a faint beep throughout. But this beep can easily be turned off in Settings. No such beep plays when calls are made via Calltrunk.com or Android phone.
Calltrunk co-founder Angela Clarke said federal law only requires single-party consent for recorded calls, though some states require all-party consent. Representatives from Calltrunk and Uppidy said they leave it up to users to notify people if they are being recorded.
On Tuesday, Calltrunk launched a search feature called ArgoSearch, and I got an exclusive first look at it. This search engine combs through specific words or phrases that were spoken in phone calls. For example, if someone talks on the phone with his mechanic about his squeaky car brakes and wants to remember how much the mechanic said they would cost to repair, he can type “car,” “brakes” and “repair” into a search box and find the exact place in the conversation where all three words were mentioned.
ArgoSearch worked well in certain cases, but wasn’t truly reliable. In one conversation with my husband, I ate lunch as we spoke and said “responsible” with a bite of bread in my mouth. The ArgoSearch engine still figured out what I was saying and found the word in our conversation. It also found the words “Facebook” and “Twitter.” But it failed to find simple words like “pounds” and proper nouns like car brands.
When words are found, they’re clearly marked in the timeline of the conversation with a different color for each word. A key to these words and their corresponding colors appears on the top right of the screen.
While the regular Calltrunk service charges a monthly fee, ArgoSearch is currently free, though a Calltrunk spokesman said the company would eventually charge for it. It works in Web browsers and on the iPhone, and by July it will work on Android phones.
Calltrunk is a bit confusing to use the first time because it rings your own phone back before calling the other person. I tested it using Calltrunk apps on the iPhone and an Android phone, as well as via Calltrunk.com. I told people on calls that they were being recorded, and in one instance, my friend reacted by refraining from saying more about one subject.
All calls are neatly sorted in a list on Calltrunk’s website and can be labeled with brief descriptions. Each call can be sent to Dropbox, Evernote or Box; downloaded (as an MP3 file); or transcribed by humans for $ 1.50 or $ 3 a minute, depending on quality.
Uppidy saves all text messages to its cloud-based site, even if you lose a phone, switch carriers or get a new phone. It works on Android phones and Research In Motion’s BlackBerrys, though not on the iPhone without a clumsy desktop workaround. I installed it on a Samsung Android phone and on a BlackBerry Bold 9930, and it ran in the background unnoticed.
I didn’t feel as obligated to tell people that their texts were being saved compared with how I felt the need to tell people their calls were being recorded when I used Calltrunk. I figured if they were writing a message, they knew there was some record of it, however temporary.
On the Android phone, a notice from Uppidy gave me the option to back up my phone’s entire text-messaging history. RIM doesn’t allow for such a deep dive into a user’s archives.
Settings on each phone’s app let me decide how often I wanted texts to be synchronized with Uppidy’s cloud service, which is accessible in a password-protected account on Uppidy.com. I opted for a 10-minute interval on the BlackBerry and manual syncing on the Android device. On Uppidy.com, I sorted texts by date, entering a start date and end date within which texts would appear. I could also narrow my list of texts to the people who sent them or to the phone I used for sending them, which is helpful for people with more than one phone.
Many people may think that since they haven’t recorded phone calls or text messages until now, they don’t need to start. But if these are of exceptional importance in your professional or social life, Calltrunk with ArgoSearch and Uppidy will be worth a try.
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Question by : Does the iPad work like a lap top with word and spreadsheet? I have been interested in iPad, but I would like to give up my laptop. But I need to download spreadsheets and pictures and word. Will I be able to do this? Thanks for anyone who can help.
Answer by Nickyes You can
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Xbox Live’s Major Nelson has acknowledged that some users are having problems with the color space on video playback following the recent Xbox 360 dashboard update, and promises that a fix is on the way. The issue relates to black levels and washed out colors in videos, though game playback is seemingly unaffected. However, Microsoft is apparently ignoring separate complaints regarding the console’s resolution output — specifically, that the new dashboard artificially restricts 1080p playback to content from Microsoft’s own Zune Marketplace. Eurogamer has confirmed that all non-Zune content is limited to 720p output, which seems like a clear strategic move by Microsoft to get people using their store. Additionally, some users are…