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 n.— «This one’s hot off the presses, so we’re still deciding on the lame factor. It seems we have a new term in Web 2.0 land, “bacn.” Brought to light at the recent Pittsburgh Podcamp event, the term is being described as “notifications you want, just not right now.” It is in regards to all the special email newsletters and notification we sign up to. Even though you’re expecting them and love the content, now is just not a good time to read them—but you want to; you just don’t have time right now.» —“Bacn, the new web 2.0 term” by Gurhan Demirkan SerpPro Aug. 19, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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