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This tag is for questions related to definitions and nuances of meaning of a word or phrase.

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From this article, I guess that the name 'Denali' isn't used any longer for Microsoft SQL Server 2012, which now seems to be the official name. But I want to know, what is the meaning of 'Denali is SO last month'. I found these Wikipedia sites SO nor so. But I can't get the answer from them. …
asked Oct 21 '11 by bernd_k
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One of the defining questions of the Healthcare IT site uses the term "break glass policy" and from this link I understand what it means in the given context. My question here is, if this term is u …
asked Oct 22 '11 by bernd_k
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I found the origin of the word and the statistics about its usage. I found these two links about facebook and Oracle’s Public Cloud using the term figuratively. Is this usage common today?
asked Oct 15 '11 by bernd_k