The word ‘modern’ is synonymous with technology.
But in today’s digital world, it’s no longer a buzzword.
A new report from the Pew Research Center, which has been monitoring the rise of social media, shows the use of modern words is on the rise across the country.
For example, the number of word-processing apps that can process letter-based texts has more than doubled from 4,000 in 2010 to more than 14,000 today, the report says.
And the number has grown exponentially as technology has advanced.
The Pew report notes that the number that is written with words such as ‘post’, ‘sent’, ‘post’ and ‘sent’ has nearly doubled since 2010.
This is the same year that word processing apps were first developed, and the same time that social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter were created.
But while these apps were around in 2010, they’re not on sale yet.
‘It’s the future’ The report, which is titled ‘Trends in Words, Technology and the Popularity of Modern Words’, notes that a growing number of people are using modern words to express emotions and thoughts.
This has led to a number of new trends in the world of modern English, from the use and growth of emoticons, emoticons are used in modern-day media such as videos, to the use or growth of words like ‘post’.
The Pew Research report notes the trend is driven by a new generation of people who are learning to express themselves online.
The report cites a study by Pew Research that showed that millennials use the word ‘post on social media at a rate of roughly four times the rate of those older than them.
They are also more likely to use the phrase ‘post it’ when using a social media platform, which suggests a trend that could extend to social media as a whole.
And as the use for emoticons grows, the growth of modern language has been increasing.
‘Social media is the future of writing’ Pew Research also says that a rise in social media use has led people to think about what they want to say online.
‘We are seeing an increasing amount of digital content being created that is about the world, rather than just the world,’ says Emily Loomis, who wrote the report.
‘A lot of that is the social media and text messaging that we’re seeing.
And it’s the same trend with the word processing.’
This has created a sense of urgency for the word processors to create new words and phrases that can better reflect the world around them.
‘They’re becoming increasingly sophisticated and digital in the sense that they are increasingly trying to convey things in the real world,’ she adds.
‘I think it’s a really important time for them to create more of these words and ideas that will capture that digital world.’
The word processors’ task in creating new words is a challenge Loomys says.
‘The word processors are trying to capture the world in a digital form,’ she says.’
The words they create have to be as expressive and as clear as possible.
And they have to capture that real world, so that it is more understandable to people on the outside, because the words themselves are a reflection of the world that they’re working in.’
The Pew researchers say that while word processing is not the only form of writing, it is one that many people find very appealing.
And Loomises says word processors, like any other software developer, have a responsibility to provide a better experience for users.
‘When people are getting their work done, they don’t want to read a word processor and then spend a lot of time just typing it in and clicking ‘done’, she says, ‘because that’s going to take a lot longer.
‘So it’s important for them that they get what they’re doing in a word processing software, and that they can quickly access it without having to read through hundreds of pages of text.’