Avocados and other unlikely claims
My post on avocados, ethics and supermarket histories appears on the Futures Company blog today.
Regular readers of this blog (if there are any) may expect that I'd have something to say on the highly-publicised claim by Global Language Monitor that there are now a million words in the English language. I do - their claim is meaningless - but clearly lexicographers think in packs, because two former colleagues of mine from the OED have already said it perfectly, so I'll defer to them.
# Alex Steer (15/06/2009)