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05 August 2016 @ 06:34 pm
Could you say it again in English, please.  
Reading through a customer's employment contract today, and came across this sentence:

"Understanding of industry needs will be ground-truthed through visits to selected producers and processors".

Ground-truthed. Who comes up with this?

I've just installed a little app called Prisma on my phone, which has a number of interesting filters for photos. It's really simple to use - pick a photo, pick a filter and away you go. I was rather taken with this one of Harry:

 photo Filter 1 600 x 600_zpsfs2qdqid.jpg

I need to work out how to remove the watermark.
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byslantedlight: BD Headshoulder (annacoriander)byslantedlight on August 5th, 2016 10:52 am (UTC)
Presumably the same people who use expectably as a real word... *sighs* Although actually now that I've said that, it sounds rather like army-speak for shoot-everything-that-moves-so-we-can-take-a-look-and-say-there's-nothing-left-alive-there...

Clever app!
miwahni: Pros BD tablemiwahni on August 10th, 2016 11:23 am (UTC)
It's ridiculous, the way people attempt to re-invent the language. Why couldn't they just say that in order to understand industry needs, they'll need to visit the farms? Sheesh.