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Google egg

Google egg  n.— «Google egg: A small piece of information [most likely a name or phrase] published on the web for the purpose of being “found” by a specific person(s), via an anticipated [or pre-arranged] search query...

ready-to-know

ready-to-know  n.— «And all this information should be available “on the go,” i.e. accessible in the offline AND online (wired and wireless) world: think of it as the Google effect (demanding and getting instant answers)...

foo

foo  suffix— «I am so sure I have read something about this recently, but I’m dammed if I can find it again, my google foo is weak today.» —“your call cannot be completed as dialled” by Lensman alt.ph.uk Aug. 11...

skeempers

skeempers  n.— «My father had a favorite term he used to describe anything that pinched or clasped. Consequently, the kitchen tongs and the snaps on my pajamas came to be called skeempers. The Oxford English Dictionary, Merriam Webster...

puff stock

puff stock  n.— «In the 1960’s, Mr. Fadem said, Wall Street saw many “puff stocks,” which he defined as newly minted public offerings sold by issuers as “a fairy tale long on potential and rosy future earnings estimates...

stigmergy

stigmergy  n.— «The World-Wide Web is human stigmergy. The web and its ability to let anyone read anything and also to write back to that environment allows stigmeric communication between humans. Some of the most powerful forces on the...