Rid the world of "solutions"

Perhaps the worst tech jargon abuse is the abduction of the word
Stephen Baker

I started covering technology in 1998. Perhaps the worst thing I encountered was the jargon. And the worst jargon takes a useful word that actually means something, and then corrupts it. I'm talking about "solutions." It now means: Anything someone wants to sell. An iPod is a mobile music solution. Dishwashers are kitchen hygienic solutions. David Weinberger gripes about it too.

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