Today I went into Waterstones to browse baby books and came out with a wind-up lobster.
Now if I’d typed ‘baby books’ into Amazon, would that have happened?
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It’s probably also true that you’ve had your say on it – whether on social media, in lunchtime chats with office colleagues, or in heated discussions with family members.
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Language evolves. We know that. But in this ultra-connected age it’s evolving faster than ever. Digital technology has hit (and continues to hit) language with a double whammy – landing a seemingly unending number of words and terms and then disseminating them with dizzying speed.
But digital isn’t the only factor.
At We Love Digital we relish in learning new things – new skills that will enhance our ability to bring ideas to life.
Within the office, we love to make a note of the funny phrases people say and add them to our chalkboard. Sometimes they’re phrases that suit the moment, other times they’re phrases we use every day without even thinking about their original meaning.
Listening to the stories surrounding popular phrases made me think about the current-day phrases we use. Are you a digital native, a digital immigrant or a technopreneur?