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jueves, octubre 19, 2006

Diccionario de la Internerd


Uno de repente como que se pierde con todo esto de la web....oiga.....En especial, aquellas abreviaciones, que los pergenidos mas chicos usan para jugar en línea, bloggear, para el msn y todo lo que implique escribir rápido y en código para no perder tiempo. (una especia de "xctm ls krkls" de Entel PCS, cuando era mensaje XAT).

Así expresiones como lol, WTF, AFK y muchas más debiesen sernos más familiares cada vez; es por esto y en forma totalmente gratuita, para toda la manada de burros (en forma especial para los más computines) les dejo y con SCROLL el diccionario-no-ilustrado que debes conocer:






BCNU
be seeing you

BTW
by the way

BYE?
are you ready to unlink? (this is the standard way to end a
talk-mode conversation; the other person types `BYE' to
confirm, or else continues the conversation)

CUL
see you later

ENQ?
are you busy? (expects `ACK' or `NAK' in return)

FOO?
are you there? (often used on unexpected links, meaning also
"Sorry if I butted in ..." (linker) or "What's up?" (linkee))

FWIW
for what it's worth

FYI
for your information

FYA
for your amusement

GA
go ahead (used when two people have tried to type
simultaneously; this cedes the right to type to the other)

GRMBL
grumble (expresses disquiet or disagreement)

HELLOP
hello? (an instance of the `-P' convention)

JAM
just a minute (equivalent to `SEC....')

MIN
same as `JAM'

NIL
no (see NIL)


O
over to you

OO
over and out
/
another form of "over to you" (from x/y as "x over y")
lambda (used in discussing LISPy things)

OBTW
oh, by the way

R U THERE?
are you there?

SEC
wait a second (sometimes written `SEC...')

T
yes (see the main entry for T)

TNX
thanks

TNX 1.0E6
thanks a million (humorous)

TNXE6
another form of "thanks a million"



WRT
with regard to, or with respect to.

WTF
the universal interrogative particle; WTF knows what it means?

WTH
what the hell?

When the typing party has finished, he/she types two newlines
to signal that he/she is done; this leaves a blank line
between `speeches' in the conversation, making it easier to
reread the preceding text.
:
When three or more terminals are linked, it is conventional
for each typist to prepend his/her login name or handle and
a colon (or a hyphen) to each line to indicate who is typing
(some conferencing facilities do this automatically). The
login name is often shortened to a unique prefix (possibly a
single letter) during a very long conversation.

/\/\/ A giggle or chuckle. On a MUD, this usually means `earthquake

< g >
grin

< gr&d >
grinning, running, and ducking

BBL
be back later

BRB
be right back

HHOJ
ha ha only joking


HHOK
ha ha only kidding

HHOS
ha ha only serious

IMHO
in my humble opinion (see IMHO)

LOL
laughing out loud

NHOH
Never Heard of Him/Her (often used in initgame)

ROTF
rolling on the floor

ROTFL
rolling on the floor laughing

AFK
away from keyboard

b4
before


CU l8tr
see you later

MORF
male or female?

TTFN
ta-ta for now

TTYL
talk to you later

OIC
oh, I see
rehi
hello again

CU l8er
see you later (mutant of `CU l8tr')

FOAD
fuck off and die (use of this is generally OTT)

OTT
over the top (excessive, uncalled for)
ppl
abbrev for "people"

THX
thanks (mutant of `TNX'; clearly this comes in batches of 1138
(the Lucasian K)).

UOK?
are you OK?



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