abandonware: Any software, generally still protected by copyright, that’s no longer sold or supported by the maker, but popular enough to be illegally “shared” by software pirates.
absolutely: Over-enthusiastic, over-affirming four-syllable response used in place of a simple “yes.” In particular, a staple of on-air Q&As between TV anchors and field reporters. “Absolutely, Tom. That’s how we read it here at the Capitol.”
Nominated by Bob Cockrum
ABM: Anything (or Anyone) But Microsoft. A popular philosophy that reflects the backlash against the software giant’s market domination and regularly promoted by technology vendors and consultants who make their living selling alternative (open source, Linux, Unix, etc.) solutions.
Nominated by John Merritt
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