52 Words That Made 2011

52 Words That Made 2011

by Jerome W. Haines, Mark Greene

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52 Words That Made 2011 is a compilation of 52 top trending news terms of the year as edited by Utterment.com co-founder Jerome W. Haines. Included are hundreds of links to the news stories that drove these words' primacy across the web during 2011.

The words in this book were first identified, ranked and tracked by the Utterment.com engine as they appeared in the news throughout the year. These 52 words ranked as the most salient lemmas (root words and proper names) among the millions that were tracked. Utterment is a tool whose primary purpose is not to write history books, but rather to assist human beings filtering, discovering, reading, and comprehending what's going on.

52 Words is a remarkable look back at a year full of earth shaking political, environmental and social upheavals as tracked throughout 2011 by Utterment.com

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014044714
Publisher: Mark Greene
Publication date: 02/06/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Jerome W. Haines studied Classics at Cornell University and the University of Colorado at Boulder. For the last ten years he has worked in publishing and web business development, first at Merriam-Webster and later at Oxford University Press. Jerome spends his days riding his bicycle with his kids in Northampton, MA while working on Utterment.com.

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