A system that makes sure what you are spelling is actually a word. The downside to this system is it doesn't think my last name is a word, and rudely draws a line below it, asking me to change it.
Dude #1: Hey, Dude #2, I was word processing a document about the presidency of Barrack Obama, and I had a problem!
Dude #2: Yeah, what is it this time?
Dude #1: I was doing fine with most of the paper, but each time I spelled Barrack Obama's name, spell check kept telling me I was spelling his last name wrong. Is his last name really "Obama"?
Dude #2: *sighs* Yes, I am positive. Shall I spell check you name, MORON?
The one millionth word to be added to the english dictionary. It is likely to have been chosen with special treatment, given the other words competing with it, such as "defriend" and "noob", which are almost universally used by the mainstream population, as opposed to the lesser known word "web 2.0". The selection was a brass balls attempt for the elite to brag about their plans for web 2.0. This may possibly be used as a suggestion that even the process for adding English words is rigged!
Hey noob, I'm going to defriend the elite because they influenced web 2.0 into becoming the 1 millionth english word.