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Oct
20
comment How are “i.e.” and “e.g.” pronounced?
@Greg, remember "Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur," which translates into "Whatever is said in Latin sounds profound."
Oct
20
answered Word for opposing sides in a war
Oct
17
comment What is another word for “boss” for a company with a flatter hierarchy?
@T.E.D., you're right. He also didn't like the "Team Leader" moniker, so "Team Lead" is not much different. I would suggest "Team Facilitator."
Oct
17
answered What is another word for “boss” for a company with a flatter hierarchy?
Oct
14
comment What is a better way to name “The Wrong Question”?
How about "You're solving the wrong problem."
Oct
14
answered What is a better way to name “The Wrong Question”?
Oct
14
answered Term to describe generalizations such as “it is well known”
Oct
13
comment Help me understand the word 'deflect' in this sentence
great answer! You are spot-on.
Oct
13
revised Should laconism be favored over clarity?
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Oct
12
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Oct
12
answered Should laconism be favored over clarity?
Oct
12
answered Correct way to say “km^2”
Oct
11
answered What preposition should I use before the word “Christmas”?
Oct
3
answered “Compete with” or “compete against”
Sep
28
answered What do you call the position leveled after Junior, but before Senior in a company?
Sep
28
comment “Username”, “user name” or “user-name”
@Mark, I have no problem with using "User ID" or "User's identification code" when referring the the user's identification. I am, however, very big on consistency. If the development teams uses "UserName" as a field name and variable name inside the code, reference these elements in technical documents, there is a better than even chance that this phraseology will leak through to the end user. In that case, I'd prefer to use the same term they used so there won't be a document referring to the same item by two terms.
Sep
27
answered “Username”, “user name” or “user-name”
Sep
27
revised “Not hindered with any knowledge”
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Sep
27
comment “Not hindered with any knowledge”
@Mike, I agree. I do, however, like the additional formality imposed by the "not".
Sep
26
comment “Not hindered with any knowledge”
I was working on the same answer when you posted! Great minds think alike.