[lg policy] The future of vocabulary

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February  4, 2013

Words: a Time Capsule

Which words of the 20th century or now will become the future’s
Obsolete Words That Should Make a Comeback? Suggest some, and Lucy
Ferriss will write a follow-up.
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The End Is Not Nigh for Colleges
A Women's College Tries a Transformation
Publishers and Library Groups Spar in Appeal to Ruling on E-Reserves
Several Campuses Are Disrupted by Outage in Course-Management Systems
A More-Radical Online Revolution

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