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Commonly Used Internet Acronyms
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No. of items: 100
Rating: 4.0 (out of 5)
Last updated: Jul 26, 2001
 
 
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Since the beginning of the Internet and mass e-mail exchange, a lot of people started using acronyms making them a very useful tool for writing things in a compact way. We use them spontaneously in almost every e-mail. For example: ASAP, Y2K or BTW. Almost each web page contains some acronyms like FTP, FAQ, WWW or HTML.

Unfortunately this popularity has also some disadvantages. People invite some new useless acronyms like IITYWIMWYBMAD (If I Tell You What It Means Will You Buy Me A Drink?) or encode some words like MACINTOSH (Most Applications Crash; If Not, The Operating System Hangs). The result is that usually searching for the Internet acronyms we find a great number of web pages containing several thousand of acronyms. Most of them are not useful.

The greatest advantage of this collection is that it includes only 100 most popular acronyms. All ordinals in the collection (i.e. numbers that determine the sequence of learning) are set according to the popularity of a given acronym so, instead of browsing some never ending acronym lists, we can learn in a short time the most important and frequently used acronyms.

 
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Q: AFAIK (acron)
A: As Far As I Know

Q: THX (acron)
A: Thanks

Q: ZZZ (acron)
A: Sleeping

Q: IMHO (acron)
A: In My Humble Opinion

Q: Y2K (acron)
A: Year 2000

 
 
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