Anglo-Saxon Computerese

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Anglo-Saxon Computerese is not a true language, but instead a list of about one hundred words which were meant to enable one to speak about computers in the Anglo-Saxon language. The words were created (derived) by Carl T. Berkhout in 1996. Until 3 October 2012, this "language" was thought to have been lost from the web. A kind link from AlexFink proved otherwise, though.

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Some information in this article was taken from LangMaker. (For the specific article, please see the 'External Links' section.)