Sip of the Day: May 27, 2011

Sip of the DayWindows 7: Network Map & Changing Settings

Titera’s Tidbit: Snob
— In Middle English, a snob was a shoemaker or cobbler. Such skilled workers tended to settle in cities and towns where business would be constant if not good. The term somehow transferred to mean “relating to urban places” – places whose residents might look down their noses at simple country people. Thus the word’s modern meaning.

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