one who has his eyes open. Possibly the etymological root of 'hip'
Many etymologists believe that the terms hip, hep and hepcat (e.g., jazz musicians' now cliched "hip cat") derive from the west African Wolof language word hepicat, which means "one who has his eyes open"
badly behaving / whining backpacker
Dear twatpackers, here's the deal - if you refuse to pay more than $10 for a room don't complain when it's not very nice.
December 20, 2009
Acronym for Getting Things Done. Usually refers to a task management application - a somehow fancier to do list you can mantain on your computer.
Can you recommend me a GTD app for Mac?
people with a very big variety of interests (jacks of all trades, polymaths etc) often to the point that they don't know what to choose as they don't want to give up their other interests
Jim has tried this and that but still hasn't decided on a clear path, he is, I guess, what you call a scanner. Sadly, he's in his early thirties.
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