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bio website klevjers.com
location Oslo, Norway
age 26
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awarded  Famous Question
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
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accepted A more formal word for “tech-savvy”, relating to IT technologists in particular
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17
comment A more formal word for “tech-savvy”, relating to IT technologists in particular
@AndrewLeach power user may sound alright for a power user. However, for humans, as Barrie England points out, it's not distinctive enough, or even sufficiently established (IMO it feels rather "slang-y").
Dec
17
asked A more formal word for “tech-savvy”, relating to IT technologists in particular
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11
accepted To advocate the act of not doing something
Dec
11
comment To advocate the act of not doing something
Okay, this is awkward. My brain thought that advocate against couldn't possibly work in this context. I'll go have a coffee now. Thanks everybody.
Dec
11
comment To advocate the act of not doing something
I think I was a little unclear above. Advocating something suggests that the advocate is actually working for what he advocates. My "negative advocate" would therefore work against. So disapproval and opposition is a little more passive than what is my goal.
Dec
11
revised To advocate the act of not doing something
added detail
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11
asked To advocate the act of not doing something
Dec
11
accepted Citing publications with stylized titles
Dec
10
awarded  Organizer
Dec
10
revised Is “No offense meant (taken)” well-accepted English expression?
added etym. ("Since what time" ).
Dec
10
suggested approved edit on Is “No offense meant (taken)” well-accepted English expression?
Dec
10
asked Citing publications with stylized titles
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awarded  Autobiographer
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19
accepted The objects in an analogy
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19
awarded  Scholar
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19
awarded  Supporter