[ASC-list] Science CommunicationS
cathy at sagewords.com.au
Mon Feb 25 21:29:10 UTC 2013
Jenni et al, Since I want to be like my aunt who at 90 arranged three big late night parties to celebrate with her different friend groups, I'm not sure I want to admit to being too old just yet, and I'll try not to be TOO cranky, but I do love a love to be in on jelly wrestling sessions about language, so can I join in please? Cheers, Cathy
On 25/02/2013, at 9:23 AM, Lamberts Rod wrote:
> I'm on that old and cranky team, too Jenni! Though I confess sometimes I give up when I see that fiendish 's' <shrug>
> On 23/02/2013, at 10:44 AM, Jenni Metcalfe <jenni at econnect.com.au> wrote:
>> Is there anyone except me who gets annoyed by the use of the word “communicationS” – i.e. communication with an S on the end?
>> As my colleague, Wendy Parsons, pointed out when I was working at CSIRO almost 18 years ago… this use of the word generally relates to cables, wires and similar infrastructure.
>> Perhaps, I am just getting old and cranky?
>> Jenni Metcalfe
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