Rather than adopting his usual approach of accusing the "fake news" media of misconstruing his words—such as when he accused his predecessor Barack Obama of wiretapping him, but then defended the claim by pointing out "it was in quotes"—Trump sought to bask in the reflected glory of covfefe by engaging in a Twitter survey for the true meaning of the "word." … [Read more...] about What’s the Meaning of Covfefe? Donald Trump Asks Twitter for the Answer
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For this analysis, the researchers developed various tools and methods that could be used in future research of stretchable words, such as investigations of mis-typings and misspellings. The tools could also be applied to improve natural language processing, search engines, and spam filters … [Read more...] about Yeeessss duuuuude! Twitter users stretch words to modify their meaning, study shows
That said, the official PS5 website went live without warning in early February, sporting only the familiar PS5 logo and the Holiday 2020 launch window. One might assume a reveal would follow shortly thereafter, but alas Sony remained tight-lipped until Cerny's March 18 stream. What I'm saying is, the new update to the PS5 website could very well suggest that we're about to learn something major related to the next-gen console, but it's just as likely it's just an innocent, relatively meaningless update. … [Read more...] about PS5 website gets another update, which could mean everything or nothing
The total amount of U.S. Civil War deaths — combat and otherwise — was 655,000. For World War I it was more than 116,000, for World War II more than 405,000 and for the Korean and Vietnam wars more than 36,000 and more than 58,000 respectively. Those don’t include non-U.S. deaths. … [Read more...] about American virus deaths at 100,000: What does a number mean?
While latest data suggests a small pick-up in the rate of fall-throughs since the housing market was reopened on 12 May, levels are well below the average for this time of year. … [Read more...] about Pockets of pent-up property hunters return to the market as demand soars – but worries over the economy and job security mean it could be ‘short-lived’