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Links 1 through 10 of 121 by tekniklr tagged language

"...For the rest of the 19th century, from what we can tell, the expression referred to absurd and unfeasible attempts to better one’s situation."

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Need to find a replacement word for butthurt that isn't so reprehensible.

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a website for personal pronoun usage examples

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"Those who call others a cuck do so in the desperate hope that shreds of their own masculine and racial prominence can be protected." ... "the angry white men who use the word “cuck” can exhale, safe in the understanding that, even if only for a few more years, their views are still shared by millions of other Americans. They will go on calling others “cucks,” pretending they’re not afraid of their own impotence."

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"Most of us are familiar with the idea of internalized oppression, the subtle process by which members of disenfranchised groups come to accept their own lesser status. We need to recognize that accepting "guys" as a label for girls and women is a particularly insidious example of that process."

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"The gender-neutral Mx. is used as a title for those who do not identify as being of a particular gender, or for people who simply don't want to be identified by gender."

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"The series of frustrated messages show a deepening rift between those who adhere to the organization’s original mission to code old and obscure and minority languages and those who are investing time and resources toward Unicode’s newer and most popular character sets: emojis, a quirky periodic table of ideograms and smiley faces that cover everything from bemused laughter to swirling, smiling piles of poop. The correspondence offers a peek behind the scenes of the peculiar and little-known organization that’s unexpectedly been tasked with building what some see as the first digital universal language."

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"Rookie programmers write spaghetti code, code that is tangled up. Experienced programmers write baklava code, code with too many layers."

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