What buzzwords do you want to do away with in 2010?
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Industry buzzwords and phrases are everywhere. These words emerge as the new “hip” or “it” name for something that either didn’t exist or because the previous buzz word went out of vogue.
As we prepare for a new year full of possibilities for new buzz words, I wanted to know what words or phrases YOU THINK will be out of style for 2010.
I received many nominations submitted via Facebook and Twitter which are listed below. You can vote here or suggest your own words/phrases in the comments section, below. Vote for as many words as you like.
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POLL: What buzzwords do you want to do away with in 2010? http://bit.ly/5PgyhA #buzz10
A special thank you to the following for submitting:
Howard Chapman, Sue Densmore, Jyl Johnson Pattee, Jennifer GoodSmith, Meagan Burns, Tim Jahn, Jonathan Gabriel, Bill Wilson, Lee Odden, Trish Lambert, Claire Evans, Chris Lovett, Douglas J Stevenson, Leigh Shulman, Paul Rosano, Nirasha Jaganath, Christopher Durham, Erica Mueller, Adrienne Graham, Michele Hujber, Don Pokorny, Lisa Duhamel, Claire Evans, Janene Mascarella, Melissa Peterson, Jamie Woods, Jack Smith, Katy Jellison Buddhiraju, Chris Lovett, Angie Marion, Dave Gambrill, Chris Martin, Shelfgott, sarabroderick, StephanieTrahd, Just_Ericka, kpsweeney, ashleyaruda, katiebailey , BrandiNeloms, Ruthless676, TrishSkram, GrantGannon, staceytabor, rossmevans, JamesDDickson, DeeDeeDayna, deanmeistr, vanessaching, IHphoto, critiques4geeks, jeffespo et al.