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netspeak

(ˈnɛtˌspiːk)
n
1. (Languages) informal the jargon, abbreviations, and emoticons typically used by frequent internet users
2. (Communications & Information) informal the jargon, abbreviations, and emoticons typically used by frequent internet users
[C20: from (inter)net + -speak]
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netspeak

net-speak [ˈnɛtspiːk] n (= internet jargon) langage utilisé sur Internetnet surfer net-surfer, netsurfer [ˈnetsɜːrr] ninternaute mfnet surfing net-surfing [ˈnetsɜːrfɪŋ] nsurf m sur le net
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If this exercise were to take place online, it would have been preceded with a discussion of using emoticons and "Netspeak." (53) With proper guidance, students were beginning collaborate to recognize and correct their mistakes.
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The potentials of student initiated netspeak in a middle primary science-inspired mutliliteracies project.
Jeff calls our attention to shortened forms that abound in the world of slang, texting and netspeak. Most people probably know of someone called Cec (Cecil), Luc (Lucy) or Joe (Jocelyn).
When we are talking about the new movements in e-literature, we need to be aware that such a textual and post-textual practice articulated with linguistic and non-linguistic signifiers is embedded in the present culture shaped by the software (in terms of mind- and perception shifter), ubiquitous computing, Internet language (textism, netspeak), web remixability, and the repurposing of various cultural platforms and contents.
Various technical and popular suggestions have been made, such as cyberspeak, electronic discourse, Netlish, Weblish, and Netspeak. None of these is satisfactory.
Le travail de Bacalu se focalise sur un phenomene sociologique, la Netspeak, une langue ni ecrite ni parlee, une espece de langage typique de l'Internet, qui ajoute environ 10.000 nouveaux mots par an.
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Netspeak is the term usually used for informal language used in blogs.