The media might be focusing on the 150 odd new terms for insulting someone compared to the 50 that are complementary that have been added to this years new batch of dictionary's, but here at Pocket-lint we are interested in the more gadgety terms that have been added.
Most significantly the word Podcast and Wiki have made it in this years Oxford English Dictionary. For those not aware of what either words mean we've pasted the definitions below.
As for podcasts. Why not check out our podcasting review archive.
• noun a website or database developed collaboratively by a community of users, allowing any user to add and edit content.
— origin from WikiWikiWeb (1995), coined by the US programmer Ward Cunningham (b.1949), from Hawaiian wiki wiki ‘very quick', reduplication of wiki ‘quick'.
• noun a digital recording of a radio broadcast or similar programme, made available on the Internet for downloading to a personal audio player.
— origin early 21st century: from iPod, a proprietary name for a personal audio player.