Question of the Day: Do You Consider Yourself a Fanboy?

The word fanboy gets thrown around a lot these days-so much so that Webster's decided to officially incorporate the term » 8/12/08 6:00pm 8/12/08 6:00pm into the English language. Generally speaking, when referring to someone as a fanboy it is intended to be derogatory-but the bottom line is that Fanboyism is the root of all great nerdy debates. So, …

Fanboy Is Now a Real English Word, Says Merriam-Webster

Yes, it's official: you now can be a fanboy by the power of Grayskull and the Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary, which says the word is now part of the English language. They arrive a little late, because the Oxford American Dictionary in Apple's Mac OS X Leopard running on my Apple iMac 24" shows it, and so does… » 7/08/08 8:12am 7/08/08 8:12am

Comment Of The Day

Since yesterday's comment of the day was so popular, we struggled to find one today that would be just as compelling... At first it seemed that a comment in the Apple Year-End Report Card was going to take it, but then about 40 other commenters said the same thing, by also calling the Giz "fanboys"; so that quickly… » 12/21/07 7:45pm 12/21/07 7:45pm