"The Case for File Swapping"
djk at tobit.co.uk
Thu Nov 17 15:42:45 GMT 2005
On Thu, 2005-11-17 at 15:05 +0000, Peter Hickman wrote:
I ought to leave well alone, really, but I just can't. Simon, give me a
good slap when next you see me.
> The purpose of the link was to show that there exists a more widely
> known word that could have been used in it's place that would actually
> made the article (marginally) more readable. The adoption of
> unconventional words in colloquy does not aid the advancement of
> conspicuous articulation.
I see. Colloquy, hmm... I don't see much of that around here. In fact I
not sure that you can apply the term to anything much available on the
internet, certainly not the article nor anything on here. Neither am I
sure, quite, what it has to do with articulation, unless you are
conversing with the judge using semaphore. That would certainly count as
"conspicuous". I think you may be confusing the term with 'polemic' -
which is altogether a much better description of just about anything on
> And it makes you look like a prat.
I presume you meant 'one' rather than 'you'. Otherwise it might have
been misconstrued as fighting talk.
Have a nice day.
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