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I'm the sole developer for a publishing house, doing on-line courses and exams.

We have a web designer, who typically does layouts and courses, but I do anything that involves programming logic.


Dec
15
answered “high rate of speed” or “high speed” to mean going fast
Nov
29
awarded  Yearling
Oct
8
comment Respectful Noun for Really Hard Worker
It could imply someone with little skill, but lots of determination, but that's not necessarily bad.
Oct
8
answered Respectful Noun for Really Hard Worker
Sep
21
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
17
awarded  Caucus
Jun
17
awarded  Constituent
May
8
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
20
comment Was I driving more than 5 mph under the speed limit, or less than 5 mph under the speed limit?
You were going too slow, to the annoyance of the other drivers.
Jan
17
comment Something can be estimated therefore it is “estimatable”?
So making up words should be moderable?
Nov
29
awarded  Yearling
Oct
30
comment Capitalization of certain terms in English Literature
The Krajavanova article was quite interesting.
Oct
30
answered Is there a specific name for this kind of water dispenser?
Oct
30
asked Capitalization of certain terms in English Literature
Oct
25
comment Divided by half - meaning
I think the common usage would include an indefinite article -- three-quarters is more than a half
Sep
24
comment “Positive” synonyms for 'problem' or 'worst'
I would avoid marginal. In economics, the marginal value of something is the value of 1 more of that thing.
Sep
12
comment What do you call an event that happens without a cause?
I remember spontaneous in chemistry as meaning the reaction would just happen when the two reactants came in contact. A non-spontaneous reaction would require an ignition or heat input. Baking soda and vinegar react spontaneously. A match igniting requires a trigger.
Sep
12
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
15
comment Phrase meaning “North, but not directly North, from here”
Since Toronto is the self-proclaimed centre of the universe, you'd be more correct in saying New York is somewhere south of Toronto.
Jul
15
comment Phrase meaning “North, but not directly North, from here”
It's not proper English, but you could say "North-ish".