E.g. "geek" or "queer" were originally meant as an insulting term, but were taken by the recipients as titles of pride. Is there a term for this phenomenon?
I'm in the middle of a programming article, and I don't know if this thing has a name or not. Lot's of times you can analyse something in isolation. But as soon as you put that thing among other ...
Is there a name for the title/nickname that some members of royalty get? For example, "King Larry the Kind".
Some agricultural professions have specific names assigned to them. For example, a person who raises sheep is a shepherd and a person who raises cattle is a rancher. What would a person who raises ...
A short title for a collection that contains items related to software features and requirements [closed]
I have a list of items that contain terms related to software subsystems and requirements. Here is my list: Archiving Automation Collaboration Customization Performance Publication Regulatory ...
With a few online searches I found Nelson's complaint about long book titles and the trend to use colons, Kottke's list of reworked titles (then: The Grapes of Wrath, now: California Dreamin': ...
It seems quite common on the web to capitalise certain words in a heading, or navigation bar, but not others. Here are some examples: Visit the Member's Page How to Format (as seen on this ...