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Re: [Lingo] Workflow vs. Jobflow

On Thu, May 17, 2012 at 05:43:17PM +0900, Kyle Faber wrote:

> As a native speaker, I have never heard nor would I use "jobflow" in
> American English.  Even "Corporate American English" where terrible
> things like "Ask becomes a noun" happen.   That's all I can offer to
> the conversation :)

Completely off-topic, and apologies and all, but slashdot had a pretty amusing poll the other day, making 
fun of corporate speak.  
(For non-native speakers here, the poll was not to be taken seriously, it was just a joke
about some of the pretentious language used in corporate speak).

http://slashdot org about a
third of the way down on  the

Scott Robbins
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