Archive for the ‘Meme’ Category
Street used primarily by non-local traffic.
Usage: I-95 is a major highway.
A person who did not grow up in the digital world but had to learn new technology as it became pervasive.
Usage: University faculty are digital immigrants teaching 20-year-old digital natives.
Measurements and measurement systems used to evaluate individual or company performance.
Usage: The goal was to exceed all metrics and prove that the company was the best.
Examine each layer of an issue’s complexity. (Onions have many layers.)
Usage: The presentation was designed to peel the onion for the management team.
The data, statistics, and quantitative information used in the analysis of business activities. Historical data.
Usage: The analytics indicated that there were fewer customers in the first half of 2010 than during the same period in 2009.
A person who grew up with digital technology.
Usage: Students born in the 1990s are considered digital natives, since they never knew a time without cellular telephones.
Estimate as to how much a person can afford in order to purchase a home.
Usage: The broker gave us an affordability estimate with a price range and approximate mortgage payments.
To claim that someone else is responsible in order to avoid responsibility.
Usage: Everyone was passing the buck when the contract was canceled.
One of the three largest credit bureaus in the United States.
Usage: They requested a copy of their credit report from TransUnion to check for errors.
Barrier used to limit entry or exit from a lot or portion of a lot.
Usage: The fence limits access to the site from the rear.