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ProCopywriters Sep 19
Is jargon ever OK in ? has gone rogue – he reckons specialist language IS acceptable in some circumstances, two of which he highlights in this blog post for : What's your opinion?
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Parentology Sep 17
What’s a Heather? Understanding the TikTok Craze
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Dr N S Rajan Sep 18
An practitioner's , like a poor poet's hopeless rhyme, rarely pleases ! 😅
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Lauren Gray Sep 13
If you didn’t already know this 👇🏼🗣🧠... I still remain a lover of his books and poems even as an adult.
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Phil Simon #BLM Sep 15
Next time you join a 'digital transformation conference', bring the "2020 management bullshit bingo" card with you:
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Adrian Ventura Sep 15
One Sketch A Day 15.9.20 ‘JARGON: ‘ERR, YUV GOT TA CUT BACK T’COAL FACE AND STICK T’CRITICAL PATH’
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Aoife O'Donnell Sep 18
Pulling out hair listening to the script for the radio ads about the ‘framework’ for COVID-19? Who uses the word ‘framework’ in the real world and why not just say COVID is an issue in ireland and other countries rather than ‘globally’?
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Bill Rowan 🏳️‍🌈 Sep 18
PSA: You may be seeking 'engagement,' but real people do not 'engage.' They do, participate, act, volunteer, give. Unless they're getting married.💍 Or they're a captain. 🚀 Maybe then they engage.
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Low Carbon Design Institute Sep 18
A thread (in french) on stranded assets. Worth using your translator for it in order to understand this important financial dynamic in real estate and industrial investments.
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Claire Sullivan Sep 15
Is it only me who is in danger of properly losing my temper if I hear ‘uptick’ or ‘ticking up’ ONE MORE TIME??!!!! 😡 😤 What happened to ‘rise’, ‘increase’, ‘growth’
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Maria, Comrade Ghost 4h
Why, oh why, do folks use “typology” when they mean “type”? Its use only obfuscates.
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AISEA Sep 16
Know the from for the day, 'CLTV'. Follow the page for more informative
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The Far Flung Foodies Sep 15
Favourite Dimsum? Nancy’s is whereas Richard loves and
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Pepijn Kooij Sep 17
A must-read!: Science is getting harder to read
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StoryLab 💡 Sep 15
🙄 That’s some top notch grade A right there
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Simon R.J. Fogg Sep 18
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Morgan Roth 🌐 Sep 18
Not quite a cliché, not quite a term of art, a buzzword is a profound-seeming phrase devised by someone important to make something sound better than it is.
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Danielle Brown Sep 15
When you're writing content, it's easy to slip into corporate-speak. 👉Think: leading, revolutionary, innovative, agile, dynamic. But we're all just real people trying to make a connection with other real people, and we need to write real words.
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Always Networks Sep 16
is a type of malicious software () which encrypts the victim’s files, making them inaccessible, and demands a ransom payment to decrypt them. What mystery do you need to master? Hit reply, and let's see if we can clear it up.
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Jargonautti Sep 15
”These statements are regarded as absolute truths because their simplicity causes them to be repeated in many and strategy decks. After some time, they become so ubiquitous you are considered out of the loop if you don’t mention them or agree with them.”
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