Dictionary.com is political now #DigitalMarketing #SocialMedia @MondoPlayer [Video]

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Language is freedom. One of the more insidious aspects of the dystopian hellscape glimpsed in Orwell’s 1984 is the limited Newspeak with which its residents must express themselves. Frankly, it’s a double-plus bad way of life. As copies of 1984 started flying off digital shelves...

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Language is freedom. One of the more insidious aspects of the dystopian hellscape glimpsed in Orwell’s 1984 is the limited Newspeak with which its residents must express themselves. Frankly, it’s a double-plus bad way of life. As copies of 1984 started flying off digital shelves at a rapid clip after the 2016 election, Dictionary.com began perfecting its approach to celebrating–and illuminating–the way we use words.

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The website’s Twitter account now goes far beyond vocabulary-building blasts, seizing instead on words embedded …