On the one hand, there is the never-ending search for the new, even more arresting phrase . . . and on the other, the wish to tone words down, to make them less dangerous, less precise, less likely to blow up in the face of the person who uses them." This has never been truer than it is today:
In 1978, business was still largely conducted in English; these days, it's done in a kind of impenetrable Esperanto. The worst examples of e-lingo combine what Hudson described, at once impressing people with their futurism ("vortal") while insulating the speaker from actually having an opinion that might later prove unpopular or incorrect.
I dont understand what your talking about
Quite often when you have to interact with mangaement you gat asked things like,.. can you incorperate built-in quality based metrics, now im sorry but i have not idea what that means. I may just be stuipid,.. i can try and inturprit what it means for a practial and technical standpoint, but as to where that came from i have no idea.
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