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comment What single word encompasses all of a person's social media & Internet presence?
@Chenmunka, there is no limitation on space in the English language, true. But why use two words when one will do?
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comment What single word encompasses all of a person's social media & Internet presence?
It's less a character count limitation than one of brevity. Four words sounds awkward on my business card. Three, less so.
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comment What single word encompasses all of a person's social media & Internet presence?
Because that is the question I asked. And yes, it's a space issue.
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comment What single word encompasses all of a person's social media & Internet presence?
Right concept, but I need a way to say it in a single word, as stated in the question.
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comment What single word encompasses all of a person's social media & Internet presence?
Right concept, but I need a way to say it in a single word, as stated in the question.
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comment Which is correct: “home in” or “hone in”?
Homing requires a signal drawing you to a destination. As in a laser designator on the target, or a source of radio emissions. If there is no such source, how do you home in on the target?
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comment Which is correct: “home in” or “hone in”?
@FumbleFingers: I didn't respond or draw my comment from World Wide Words, but it is correct, and at least in the military community, it is the more common usage.
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comment How to join the conclusion to the sentence?
@Brian Nixon: One could argue a lot of things. I would argue that common usage does not mean correct usage, for example. You might disagree. In this case, I'm arguing that simply using a word in a sentence as a verb does not make it a verb. Common enough usage does modify the language, but VPN is hardly commonly used this way, even among the rather small set of people who know what it is and what it's for.
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comment How to join the conclusion to the sentence?
I hear you. but I work in the subject area. Common and correct are not the same thing.
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comment What is this kind of literature called?
No, bt the terminology for television was begun from magazine anthologies. It is the same terminology. And most is a very relative term. most scifi serials don't have the same author. And I would argue that the majority of current serials are in that genre.
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comment “Do you want to live forever?”
Such as it is, @RiMMER, Jon Purdy is right. That is the literal interpretation of the two phrases. In this case, however, I don't think the literal embodies the intent of the speaker.