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Is there a common English word or a technical term that names the process of taking a page or picture from the real world to the virtual? In other words, if I took a physical page and, with a scanner or camera, turned it into a file on my computer; what would you call that action?
posted by millerizer
on Oct 2, 2011 -
WordFilter: Is there a word/term for the tiny slices of oranges that are found between the regular sized slices?
Grandma Hollis calls them "Santa Clauses." Does an actual dictionary term exist?
posted by Etta Hollis
on Jan 10, 2009 -
LogosFilter: Could a blog entry that contains two words and their definitions be consistent with the definition of a dictionary? [more inside]
posted by vanoakenfold
on Apr 23, 2008 -
Is there a word for: expecting to feel grief or ache of conscience and then not feeling it? [more inside]
posted by coizero
on Jan 23, 2008 -
What is the ideal word in the English language that means torn between two equally wonderful/terrible things
? A friend of mine suggested yesterday this word was ambivalence, but I am not satisfied with that. [more inside]
posted by Happydaz
on Oct 23, 2005 -
What's the best dictionary to use in conjunction with Word (Windows)? I am a writer and would like to search/cross reference definitions--and synonyms, if possible--directly from my file in Word, and without going online. Webster's Third New Unabridged is my go-to dictionary, but the reviews of its CD-ROM leave me confused. Any advice would be appreciated.
posted by _sirmissalot_
on Apr 18, 2004 -