Dear Internet,

Sunday, 27 December 2009

Till is a word. It is an older word than until therefore ridiculous to use as if it were an abbreviation. When you type ’til or ’till, baby Jesus cries.

It doesn’t matter that nine nines of the tech world pronounces it gig-a-byte. They are each and every one of them wrong. G in front an i in the Latin through which we receive the Greek has a “j” sound. It’s jig-a-byte. Do you say va-guy-na?

Facebook is a huge privacy risk. Twitter is irretrievably stupid. Myspace is for children. Anyone who cannot go a week without making or answering a phone call or writing or responding to an email has psychiatric problems.

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