On to some extras to uberfy your plurking!
Sunday, January 18, 2009
Another one I've apparently missed. This is from an article about using Plurk:
So ... uber is the new super. (I actually blogged about this several hundred years ago.) Therefore, to uberfy is to make super-duper, yes? One might say that it's akin to pimping: On to some extras to pimp your plurking!
I do like it, tho as a former student of the Germanics, I still have a hard time letting go of
Mr. Herr Umlaut. (And for that matter, front rounded vowels.)
Incidentally, the article from which this comes includes a link to Plurk that is labeled as obviated for invites. I understand about invitations/invites to join certain Web-based communities, but I can't say that I can figure out exactly what the author means by obviated in this context. (Obviously, I'm not going to be getting any invites to Plurk anytime soon.)