Coding, hacking, vlogging — how tech is changing your everyday language

Capiche is a secret society for SaaS power users, building a new community of people who care about software to make the SaaS industry more transparent, together. “You should…commence the conversation by saying ‘Hulloa!’” suggested the first phone book, New Haven, Connecticut’s The Telephone Directory. “When you are done talking, say ‘That is all!’, and the person spoken to should say ‘O.K.’” And so language changed, at least to start conversations. As NPR summarized from Ammon Shea’s book The First Telephone Book, Thomas Edison favored starting phone calls with “Hello” while the more widely credited father of the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell, preferred… This story continues at The Next Web

Coding, hacking, vlogging — how tech is changing your everyday language

Capiche is a secret society for SaaS power users, building a new community of people who care about software to make the SaaS industry more transparent, together. “You should…commence the conversation by saying ‘Hulloa!’” suggested the first phone book, New Haven, Connecticut’s The Telephone Directory. “When you are done talking, say ‘That is all!’, and the person spoken to should say ‘O.K.’” And so language changed, at least to start conversations. As NPR summarized from Ammon Shea’s book The First Telephone Book, Thomas Edison favored starting phone calls with “Hello” while the more widely credited father of the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell, preferred…

This story continues at The Next Web