Tech-savvy folks consider themselves part of the digerati — a term referring to the elite of digitalization.
Internet domain names, a hot commodity, fetch big bucks. Savvy investors have snapped up domain names with no intent of building a site with them — instead, they cybersquat, hoping for an investor to pay big bucks to own a stellar dot-com domain.
If you have ever installed a free piece of software only to have it remind you again and again through pop-ups or banners to install a paid version of the program, you’ve encountered nagware. The source is the verb "nag" — meaning to bother or implore.