Ars Technica: Dictionaries of the future define “Yass,” embrace memes, and think of robots

Ars Technica: Dictionaries of the future define “Yass,” embrace memes, and think of robots. “Despite the ever-connected nature of life today, there remains a moment that all of us eventually encounter. Whether talking to a friend, texting with a family member, or emailing and chatting with coworkers, a word pops up that simply stymies. Wait, what does that mean? Rather than racing to the bookshelf and grabbing the old-reliable, these days most people simply type into their search engine of choice and brace for the results—typically with Dictionary.com near the top of the list.”

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