I happened to stumble over Wordhacker’s blog today, and read the most awesome article I’ve read in a long time. It’s basically about tynonyms (or t9onyms), you know whenever your phone decides to spell out “have” rather than “hate” and “able” rather than “cake” when you use the built-in T9-dictionary?
Wordhacker analyses this phenomenon pretty well, and compiles a decent article about it.

I highly recommend reading it.

I’ve been annoyed about this so often — how about yourself, what is your stance on tynonyms?

There’s a digg submission for his post here — drop a digg :)

Lasse Havelund on February 21st, 2007

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2 responses to “Tynonym?”

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    Wow, I’ve never even heard of this before. Interesting.

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