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I'm a web-deprived sleep developer and an alumnus of East Carolina University (B.S. Computer Science). I currently work at an enterprise web analytics/development company in downtown Raleigh, NC.

I've been programming and using computers since 2001. I'm an avid FOSS user and proponent. I'm on Stack Overflow in an effort to help others and broaden my own knowledge.

Expertise: - Linux / Unix - HTML - CSS - Javascript - PHP - Java - Python

My latest project:

http://webstats.zxq.net/


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revised Difference between domain and dominion
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Mar
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answered Difference between domain and dominion
Mar
10
comment Term for a coup of the government led by corporations?
I like "corporate takeover". In the U.S., they just call it lobbying (haha).
Mar
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Mar
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revised Is “legit” a legitimate word?
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Mar
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revised Actually work vs Actually does work?
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Mar
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answered Actually work vs Actually does work?
Mar
2
comment Punctuating a salutation on a line by itself
@whippoorwill You are correct about the vocative case. The OWL only omits the comma for "Dear". I have updated the answer with that new information.
Mar
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Mar
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comment Punctuating a salutation on a line by itself
@Laure I agree. I was thinking of making a note of the fact that "Hi" is rather informal but I never did, since the question was only asking about punctuation.
Mar
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Mar
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Mar
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answered Punctuating a salutation on a line by itself
Mar
2
answered Semicolons vs Commas
Mar
2
comment Proper usage for the word “obverse”
I don't think he's trying to obfuscate but definitely convey sophistication which is typical of business marketing speak. I too agree that concurrent may be the wrong word choice. Perhaps OP means current.
Feb
27
answered Is “legit” a legitimate word?
Feb
25
comment bank cards: the same as debit card, or catch-all for debit and credit card
@SaraCosta Thank you. Before the editing, people were getting caught up on the semantics of how debit vs. credit cards work, in my example.
Feb
25
comment bank cards: the same as debit card, or catch-all for debit and credit card
@Downvoter Please explain.