Here is my first “best of 2010” surveys, a look by iShare at internet slang in 2010. Not all the words are from 2010, in fact most of them are a bit older, but it is the awareness that is being investigated in this survey.
Between the 19th and 22nd of October 2010 665 members of the CLUB BBQ free email forwarding service completed a private internet-based questionnaire. 54.0% of the sample were male, 26.9% in their twenties, 35.0% in their thirties, and 38.0% in their forties.
That was a lot of fun to translate, and I learnt a bit tonight! If I have made a few mistakes along the way, please let me know.
Here’s a short animation of orz:
Q1: Have you ever visited 2 channel or a 2 channel summary site? (Sample size=665)
Q2: Have you ever used mixi or other Social Networking Services? (Sample size=665)
Q3A: Do you know the meaning of any of the internet slang in Q3SQ below? (Sample size=665)
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