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NetLingo: The Internet Dictionary

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NetLingo: The Internet Dictionary
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Publisher: NetLingo
ISBN/ASIN: 0970639678

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NetLingo has thousands of definitions that explain the online world of business, technology, and communication including the largest collection of Internet acronyms and text messaging shorthand ;-) We cater to students, teachers, parents, gamers, designers, techies, bloggers, journalists, and industry professionals worldwide.

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