Which Joe gave his name to ‘sloppy joes’? We look at five interesting sandwiches and their lexical origins.
A seminar conducted over the Internet.
- ‘We will make ourselves known through speaking engagements, webinars, videos, and interviews, all the while delivering the same level of quality and excellence we strive towards.’
- ‘This one-hour webinar provides valuable insight into some of the features available.’
- ‘Mark your calendars for another Trados webinar at December 14th.’
- ‘Need more tips on design, check out VerticalResponse's tutorials and webinars.’
- ‘The webinar mentioned in our earlier post will take place today, and be followed by a conversation on this Motion-powered site.’
- ‘The webinar is designed to be at the introductory level, but even long-time bloggers will benefit from the material covered in the webinar.’
- ‘We have included a link to an SAP Insider website where the recent webinars are archived for your viewing.’
- ‘For example, a software firm's website might include calls-to-action to download a free trial, access a whitepaper or signup for a webinar.’
- ‘Aarp also has webinars and job fairs.’
- ‘This webinar will show you how network effectively.’
- ‘Steve Dennen, the Senior Director of Market Research at comScore, provided some examples to illustrate what the company views as an evolving search landscape during a webinar this afternoon.’
- ‘In addition to individual counseling, we offer virtual job clubs, webinars, and turbo job workshops.’
- ‘We sponsored two webinars on workforce development, with over 300 people participating.’
- ‘The partners allocated funds to produce webinars, to retain a PR agency, and to host a series of free events at which they would demonstrate their services.’
- ‘I see far too many sales teams focus all their attention toward hosting fancy webinars or creating snazzy web-based marketing channels.’
- ‘A few weeks ago, we hosted a webinar for developers on these and other aspects of the development process and received positive feedback from the attendees.’
- ‘Get two of your best customers to help conduct peer 2 peer webinars to discuss best practices and issues with peers you invite.’
- ‘Activities include joint webinars and seminars with those partners.’
- ‘This webinar will show you how this will help you manage service delivery, reduce support costs and run support.’
- ‘Does the topic lend diversity to the total menu of webinars for the year?’
1990s: blend of web and seminar.
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.