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Apr
11
answered Is it wrong to use the word “codes” in a programming context?
Apr
10
comment Who/What decides if a word is “proper” English?
Duplicate for the particular word: Is it okay to say and write “ain't” yet?
Apr
10
comment Is lolspeak bad English, or just a different English?
what is RIT? Rochester Institute of Technology?
Apr
10
revised Why do we use 'up' as adverbs for verbs?
Made body self-contained. (Should it be "as an adverb for verbs" instead of "as adverbs for verbs"?)
Apr
10
suggested suggested edit on Why do we use 'up' as adverbs for verbs?
Mar
26
revised What is the word that denotes the words preceding these nouns?
Removed meta information.
Mar
26
suggested suggested edit on What is the word that denotes the words preceding these nouns?
Mar
24
asked Can “nuisance” be an adjective?
Mar
12
revised Is there a word for a person who gives out too many extraneous details?
Copy edit (partly interpretation).
Mar
12
suggested suggested edit on Is there a word for a person who gives out too many extraneous details?
Feb
26
answered What does “something 101” mean?
Feb
7
accepted “I'm having” - an illness?
Feb
5
revised “I'm having” - an illness?
added 4 characters in body
Feb
5
asked “I'm having” - an illness?
Feb
3
revised Is this usage of “aren't” proper English?
(Not 100% sure about this correction.)
Feb
3
suggested suggested edit on Is this usage of “aren't” proper English?
Feb
3
comment Is the word “Americana” capitalized?
@kiamlaluno: it could be, but Americana has a distinct meaning. Americana: All things peculiar to the United States' culture and people, anything that is a symbol of American life.
Feb
2
comment Is “Law of Leaky Abstractions” a proper noun?
The quote in the question is not a title. The sentence is in the body text of the Wikipedia article: "As coined by Spolsky, the Law of Leaky Abstractions states "All non-trivial abstractions, to some degree, are leaky."". Do you mean the capitalisation from the title has leaked into the body text and statement 3 is correct?
Feb
2
revised Is “Law of Leaky Abstractions” a proper noun?
added 82 characters in body
Feb
2
revised Is “Law of Leaky Abstractions” a proper noun?
added 1 characters in body; added 82 characters in body