Tag Archives: Internet Language

Internet Language: Social Media


As we come to the end of our look at internet language, it would be remiss of us not to look at one of the most influential things to happen to us since the birth of the internet: social media. Whether your particular poison is Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, or any of the other vast numbers(…)

Internet Language: Internet Slang


The internet may have been released to the public back in 1991, but it didn’t achieve popularity, or become “normalised” as part of our everyday lives, until somewhere between 1996 and 2001. Since then, it has shaped and moulded our existence, as we have crafted it to fit our needs; it’s sort of like a(…)

Internet Language: A Language Blackhole


Since its release into public use on the 6th of August back in 1991, the internet has changed and moulded our way of living beyond anything its creator, Tim Berners-Lee, probably ever could have dared to imagine. Today, you can shop, date, and even bully, if trolling’s your thing, online, all from the comfort of(…)