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#Jargon

10 bits of fashion-speak that should just be banned forever

Is your capsule wardrobe trans-seasonal? IS IT?

From TheJournal.ie These are the tech terms and names you are likely mispronouncing TechKnowHow

These are the tech terms and names you are likely mispronouncing

Mail… kimp?

10 buzzwords from 2014 that are still ringing in our ears

“Dox me on the cloud and I swear I will blow the whistle on you, you spornosexual troll.”

9 foolproof tips for bluffing your way through any techie conversation

Web Summit have you baffled? Well, you too can be a ‘thought leader’ in your ecosystem.

From TheJournal.ie Should official forms use less jargon? Comprende?

Should official forms use less jargon?

The National Adult Literacy Agency is calling on the Government to produce documents in ‘plain English’.

From TheJournal.ie Learning the lingo - how to talk the talk when buying your first house Glossary Over It

Learning the lingo - how to talk the talk when buying your first house

EA? BER? WTF? We’re here to explain it all.

From TheJournal.ie Tech jargon leaving you confused? This glossary will help you out TechGuide

Tech jargon leaving you confused? This glossary will help you out

If you don’t know your 4G from your selfie, then you’ve come to the right place.

The 12 most insufferable pieces of office jargon in existence

Let’s blue-sky this dialogue and circle back tomorrow.

The 11 most infuriating talkers in your office right now

We need a paradigm shift on these guys going forward.

From TheJournal.ie Are you 'shovel ready'? 11 bits of jargon you didn't want to know Buzzwords This post contains images

Are you 'shovel ready'? 11 bits of jargon you didn't want to know

Going on a “client journey”? Looking for the “USP? Planning a “mind share”? Then you’ll know what all this lot are on about…

From TheJournal.ie I'm a politician, bail me out of here Bailout Lexicon

I'm a politician, bail me out of here

Government members have been spinning themselves silly to deny a bailout – TheJournal.ie does a spot of creative translation to cut through the jargon.