The grammar police have been called following the mysterious disappearance of the letter ‘o’ in a new Web 2.0 definition.
Over the weekend, the word ‘bacn‘ appeared in various emails and feeds. Used by the so-called netheads, it describes “low-priority” e-mail that is not important enough to reply to immediately, but is not spam – examples include Facebook notifications.
The Web 2.0 authorities are looking into this new vowel movement, as there is mounting concern that soon all the ‘a’s ‘i’s and ‘u’s will also disappear.
Early start-ups such as Flickr were blase about dispensing with the ‘e’ and this has become a common deletion, but this new dropping of the ‘o’ has provoked widespread condemnation.
Reports that the term ‘ssg’ being introduced to describe a mish-mash of different Web 2.0Â products are unconfirmed!