geekspeak


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geekspeak

(ˈɡiːkˌspiːk)
n
slang jargon used by geeks, esp computer enthusiasts
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There follows an hour of geekspeak that means nothing to you but a small fortune to them.
And in a glorious slice of technotalk, Jon Copestake of the Economist Intelligence Unit declared: "Core audio visual products are being undermined by combined platforms on smartphones and tablet computers." Roughly speaking, that's geekspeak for being stuffed by the Internet.
Gray said AT&T's main 4G product is an Evolved High-Speed Packet Access network, called HSPA+ in geekspeak. The company is working on spreading out this network.
Wiki, by the way, is geekspeak for a website that anyone can edit, such as Wikipedia.
LAST week Facebook made one or two announcements, mostly geekspeak that most of us wouldn't even try to understand.
Sorry for the geekspeak, but dynamic parallelism means, basically, that all these computers can work on the same project at the same time.
America started it all of course ( what with Silicon Valley's computer jargon or "geekspeak" and the pseudo-science of business theory.
"We're really good at translating between 'GeekSpeak' and 'Scrap Lingo,'" notes David.
For all the geekspeak about networks and ecosystems, and millenarian boasting about minimal, robotic warfare, the United States is becoming a terror state pure and simple: a twenty-first century Assyria with laptops and modems.
They add that Geekspeak, the jargon of the technologically fluent, is the newest international language and has a better chance of survival than does Esperanto.
Sure, he practices geekspeak. He sports a bowl haircut.
They were mostly geekspeak that most of us wouldn't bother to try to understand.