Today's Word Wrap keeps on with our tradition of bringing you the hippest, most happening new words and phrases being coined, as they're coined... well, okay, with at least a 5-second delay, "˜cause, let's face it, a blog that brands itself as SMART certainly don't wanna look all stupid and bleep.
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so September 10 adj. Representing attitudes or ideas that were significant or applicable prior to but not after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. (Citations)
flog n. A blog that appears to be written by an individual, but is actually maintained by a corporate marketing department or a public relations firm. —v. [Blend of fake and blog.] (Citations)
techno-creep n. The gradual encroachment of technology into every aspect of society. Also: technocreep, techno creep. (Citations)
wardrobing n. The practice of purchasing an item such as a piece of clothing or a device, using it briefly, and then returning it to the store for a refund. —pp.
—wardrober n. (Citations)
empty spam n. A spam message that contains passages from classic literature, but no discernible advertisement, phishing attempt, or malicious code. (Citations)