Which Joe gave his name to ‘sloppy joes’? We look at five interesting sandwiches and their lexical origins.
Personal websites and blogs collectively.
- ‘The blogosphere is a vast place, and there's room for all of us in its endless ecosystem.’
- ‘I was just checking my referrals and it turns out I've been ranked in at 216th, of the blogospheres most visited weblogs.’
- ‘This is a labor of love for the left blogosphere and we should give some of that love back.’
- ‘The blogosphere, the community of blogs and bloggers, needs me to visit them.’
- ‘My post was a joke, a little poke of fun at myself and the rest of the left blogosphere.’
- ‘In a blogosphere that has grown largely on the written word, podcasts add a soundtrack.’
- ‘The political blogosphere already has a bad habit of chasing the scandal du jour.’
- ‘The blogosphere also is no longer the preserve of a small number of mostly intelligent people that it was three or four years ago.’
- ‘The liberal blogosphere is setting the goal of raising a million dollars for the relief effort.’
- ‘The blogosphere is about the most partisan and least independent voice this side of talk radio.’
- ‘In any case, his wisdom will be sorely missed here in the basketball blogosphere.’
- ‘The blogospheres of the future require more power.’
- ‘It is here, they both say, that the competing blogospheres, right and left, are most elegantly crystallized.’
- ‘The blogosphere has been all abuzz about this issue for the last several days.’
- ‘The medical blogosphere has matured in the past year, with some very good sites.’
- ‘Of course, there will still be tens of thousands of pure amateurs out there in blogosphere.’
- ‘The blogosphere has been around for a long time, just under the radar of most folks.’
- ‘It's been a while since I have seen this kind of rant in the business blogosphere.’
- ‘Our dinner time conversations have become our verbal tour of that day's blogosphere.’
- ‘The blogosphere has a prime opportunity to champion a cause that the media has ignored.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.
From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, discover surprising and intriguing language facts from around the globe.
The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.