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Why You’re An Infovore (Even Though You Don’t Know What One Is)

Feb 04, 2014

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The Macquarie Dictionary has released its Word of the Year for 2013. And the winner is… ‘Infovore’. We’re willing to bet that most of you have never seen or heard this phrase before. However, it’s actually something that adequately describes our readers. 

Each year, the Macquarie Dictionary tasks a committee of academics and wordsmiths with choosing the best new words of the year. Previous winners and finalists have included ‘muffin top’, ‘bromance’, ‘crowdfunding’, ‘toxic debt’ and ‘pod slurping’ (don’t ask). This year, the committee chose to crown ‘infovore’ as its word of the year.

Read the full article Why You're An Infovore (Even Though You Don’t Know What One Is) | Chris Jager | lifehacker.com.au


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