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How the Internet is changing our language

Posted on Saturday, August 21 2010 @ 07:40:26 CEST by


BBC News takes a look at how the Internet is changing language, what terms such as "to google", "rickrolling", "LOLcats", etc. You can read the piece over here.
Christopher Poole, founder of anarchic image message board 4Chan, had been called to testify during the trial of the man accused of hacking into US politician Sarah Palin's e-mail account.

During the questioning he was asked to define a catalogue of internet slang that would be familiar to many online, but which was seemingly lost on the lawyers.

At one point during the exchange, Mr Poole was asked to define "rickrolling".



 



 

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