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Feb
20
comment Can I use an “if” clause without “then”?
Do those sentences need commas (- especially the first one)?
Feb
17
revised Is there a difference between the phrases “I am fine with it” and “it is fine with me”?
Fixed minor typos
Feb
17
revised What are some products that are now words?
Added item.
Feb
16
comment What are some products that are now words?
@chaos Are you sure? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duct_tape#Etymology
Feb
16
asked Is there a difference between the phrases “I am fine with it” and “it is fine with me”?
Feb
16
answered What are some products that are now words?
Feb
16
accepted Is it redundant to append “bye” to “speak to you later”?
Feb
7
asked Is it redundant to append “bye” to “speak to you later”?
Feb
6
asked What does “hedgy” mean?
Feb
2
asked What does a “meteoric rise” imply?
Jan
28
comment Abbreviations for higher SI prefixes?
But I digress. More to the point, it looks like the only going verbal shorthand for terabyte is "T" and there hasn't yet been occasion to treat petabyte and friends to the same nicknaming. Thanks!
Jan
28
comment Abbreviations for higher SI prefixes?
@ShreevatsaR I'm a) not sure why you assumed I am male and b) sticking to my non-tautological guns on this one. What I meant was that "the traditional mega- etc. prefixes are" not only more popular but also refer specifically to memory (@jk01 good point) blocks in increments of powers of 2.
Jan
28
comment Abbreviations for higher SI prefixes?
Although the meanings of these prefixes in a vacuum are powers of ten, in every computational setting referring to powers of 2 in my experience, they have been the prefixes of choice. "Mebibyte" and friends really have never caught on.
Jan
27
asked Abbreviations for higher SI prefixes?
Jan
24
answered When a negative question is asked, what is the grammatically correct way to answer?
Jan
23
comment When and how did “fail” become a noun?
@Borror0 Duly edited.
Jan
23
revised When and how did “fail” become a noun?
Removed mistaken assumption.
Jan
23
answered When and how did “fail” become a noun?
Jan
23
answered Is there a good substitute for the word “scarper” in American English?
Jan
20
comment Which words in a title should be capitalized?
Oh wow. You really should have titled this question "The Title of This Question".