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I can be contacted at dlangdon (at) hawaii (dot) edu


Feb
15
accepted How do we know how words were pronounced hundreds of years ago?
Feb
2
asked How do we know how words were pronounced hundreds of years ago?
Oct
11
accepted How to hyphenate “right mouse click”
Oct
11
comment How to hyphenate “right mouse click”
That was supposed to be funny :-p
Oct
11
comment How to hyphenate “right mouse click”
I once read a story in a computer magazine about an irate user who wrote the word "click" on a monitor with a marker after a support person told her to right-click on sometime.
Oct
11
asked How to hyphenate “right mouse click”
Sep
6
awarded  Yearling
Jun
12
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
24
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
6
awarded  Yearling
Aug
14
comment Are the fictitious names “Initech” and “Initrode” a play on words?
Yeah... If you could just, check out the answer I received to this question on movies stack exchange... that would be greawt. movies.stackexchange.com/questions/3720/…
Aug
7
comment Are the fictitious names “Initech” and “Initrode” a play on words?
To the more experienced users of this site: is there a better tag for this question?
Aug
7
asked Are the fictitious names “Initech” and “Initrode” a play on words?
Mar
8
awarded  Commentator
Mar
8
comment What do you call it when a name/word is better known by a pejorative?
If you think that "ObamaCare" is a poor example of a perjorative, please suggest a better example and I will improve my question.
Mar
8
asked What do you call it when a name/word is better known by a pejorative?
Jan
25
asked How to describe the sound of the English language as spoken by someone with Asperger's Syndrome?
Jan
20
comment How to say that food is hot (temperature) without the listener thinking that I mean “spicy”?
With 50 votes and 2500 views and no clear answer, I'm going to accept this answer that it is "a genuine inadequacy in the English vocabulary with no simple fix."
Jan
20
accepted How to say that food is hot (temperature) without the listener thinking that I mean “spicy”?
Jan
19
awarded  Notable Question