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location Italy
age 29
visits member for 3 years, 2 months
seen Feb 11 at 14:43
Currently doing web applications, I like Python, modern frameworks, clean code, biscuits.

Jan
16
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
3
comment What is meant by the (slang) word “tool,” when used to refer to a person?
+1 because this is the meaning I've always heard/read, like in this Cyanide & Happiness strip: explosm.net/comics/1791
Jul
24
awarded  Famous Question
May
8
comment better word for a “delivery guy”
I'm figuring your pizza delivered by the same woman for 20 years and you insisting on calling her a guy. Beyond awkward.
Feb
6
awarded  Yearling
Sep
19
comment What are the words for the different parts of a ticket?
@Paola hi and thank you for contacting me; I'll be surely following and participating in the new proposal.
Jul
21
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
12
comment Is there a single word that expresses “music end-users / enthusiasts”?
@Gorpik that connotation is also present in Italian as well. Mirriam-webster also suggest that the english term implies an abnormal liking of music.
Jun
18
comment What's the difference between a “nook” and a “cranny”?
“Nook” survives also as the market name for an ebook device. Can it be said that this meaning is being used?
Feb
8
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
6
awarded  Yearling
Jan
18
comment How to say that food is hot (temperature) without the listener thinking that I mean “spicy”?
@fluffy I think that Kelvin, being a Lord himself, would have appreciated.
Dec
25
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
20
comment Differences between e.g., viz. and i.e.
+1 for getting the Latin right :)
Sep
22
comment What do you call a person who is easily replaced?
@Martijn this T-shirt suits the occasion, too: thinkgeek.com/tshirts-apparel/unisex/frustrations/374d
Sep
16
awarded  Teacher
Sep
16
awarded  Editor
Sep
16
revised Am I misusing the semicolon?
improved grammar
Sep
16
answered Am I misusing the semicolon?
Aug
31
accepted What are the words for the two parts of a round trip?