5 Top Happening Digital Buzzwords of 2016

Humourous Happening Digital Buzzwords

Is it all just buzz?

Technology and language is ever evolving and full of happening digital buzzwords. So we forgive you for being a bit fed up of picking up boring words that will disappear within a year.

While you are here, why not pick up a couple of words that might put a smile on your face.

Warning, these are spoof words.

Happening Digital Buzzwords of 2016
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Clickitability : Number 5 Most Happening Digital Buzzwords of 2016

Definition: The desire that a link, be it a picture or text, creates to be clicked.

Usage: The clickitability of that story line about Kim Kardashian is through the roof. I clicked it 5 times!

Not to be confused with clickablity meaning being able to be clicked.

 

Immersion Blinkers : Number 4 Most Happening Digital Buzzwords of 2016

Definition: Eye wear or headgear that allows users to be seriously immersed in a 3D experience

Usage: My preferred immersion blinkers are Google Glass, do they do them for animals yet? I want one for my horse.

 

Tutti Screen : Number 3 Most Happening Digital Buzzwords of 2016

Definition: It’s the most screens you can use at one time. The user may be quite angered when using the term.

Usage: My girlfriend was showing me a new app, as I was watching a film, whilst I finished that email, then my phone went off. I couldn’t take any more, I said, “tutti screen!”, and switched off the film.

 

Data Obesitee : Number 2 Most Happening Digital Buzzwords of 2016

Definition: Collecting ridiculous amounts of data. Much more data than is necessary for anything apart from world domination.

Usage: Yes, that company would appear to have data obesitee, I wonder if they will choose to sell or destroy the data?

Not to be confused with Big Data or data on obesity!

 

Viriol : Number 1 Most Happening Digital Buzzwords of 2016

Definition: When something that may be deemed negative goes viral on the internet, a cross between vitriol and viral.

Usage: I can’t believe how successful he has become from that viriol photo.

Not to be confused with anything you can get from a pharmacy.

 

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