For introducing the very idea of being able to communicate like this:
Cut to the chase…
The above claptrap was taken from Echo Blog; that horrific place you can visit by mistake while trying to figure out why your PAID-FOR comment section sucks so badly.
Key words that should send you screaming into that dark night: "embrace", "relevant", "curator", "symbiotic", and I'll toss in "wall of noise" for good measure.
Yes kids, these are the dolts who cannot create and/or maintain a simple commenting section, but they're here to tell us all how modern media should work. Perhaps if they spent a little more time on the fundamentals of what they do for a BUSINESS, then Echo might be worth a damn.
And yeah, the original Star Trek writers wracked their brain housing groups to come up with language that was stunted, inhuman, ass-backwards, and a scourge upon English, in order to make it appear as if alien beings had written or uttered an otherwise familiar phrase. "CAREGIVER" was something that made me cringe back then and is part of the vernacular now, but to tell the truth if I could go back in time and had the power, I probably wouldn't change a thing.
It was good on so many levels and it isn't Star Trek's fault that loons learned how better to obfuscate.
PS: The comment section appears to be working properly, meaning only one click will bring you to the area that one click should naturally bring you to if Echo was properly designed. Again and again I asked them how to fix the thing but at the end of the day had to work it out by myself because they spend too much time trying to out-Trek Star Trek.