December 14, 2012

Disrupt This: The Most Misused Word in 2012

Scott Smith, Quartz


Quartz

Thirty years ago, the word “disrupt” meant something you did in class, and in doing so you got sent home with a note featuring the word in red cursive ink. I know this from personal experience. It was also something that happened to electricity supplies, sex or church services. It was not a good thing.

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