Akemi Iwaya is a devoted Mozilla Firefox user who enjoys working with multiple browsers and occasionally dabbling with Linux. She also loves reading fantasy and sci-fi stories as well as playing "old school" role-playing games. You can visit her on Twitter and Google+.
DID YOU KNOW?
An “eggcorn” is a linguistic error in which the user idiosyncratically substitutes a word or phrase for a similar sounding word or phrase in their dialect, such as saying “for all intensive purposes” instead of “for all intents and purposes”—the term was coined by linguist Geoffrey Pullum in response to a case linguist Mark Liberman was dealing with, wherein a woman referred to acorns as “egg corns”.