Wednesday, April 13, 2005

What on earth is a l33t haxor?!..

It's tough being an English Language teacher... On the one hand, my finely tuned New Word Radar means I wander round with all kinds of strange and delightful words in my head. Even now, the Oxford English Dictionary team are checking "linkylove" after I pointed out their terrible omission of this splendid word. But as a teacher, I also have to be very careful not to fall into the Very Sad Old Git behaviour of trying to talk like a yoof.

But oh, politicians, what do they know of this delicate linguistic line?! Well, for at least one wannabe MP, obviously absolutely nothing, because in his desperation to seduce you guys into the polling booth for the first time, the Labour candidate for West Bromwich East has SO SO SO crossed the line. Check out the link to the "teens" page of Tom Watson's website and cry... Then please, someone email him and offer to write something decent. The man needs help...


Teens and politics - Tom Watson's webpage


And if someone could tell me what a l33t haxor is?.......

10 Comments:

At 11:22 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

leet haxor=
elite hacker

 
At 11:25 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

leet haxor=
elite hacker

 
At 4:05 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

leet haxor = inexperienced hacker
They are no way elite. L33t or leet is a form of on-line gaming language. HAXOR, as it is written, is the newer language and is used by hackers. A l33t HAXOR (written in gaming form) is an inexperienced hacker who still uses l33t speak and not HAXOR speak.

 
At 4:09 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope this definition is helpful. I study popular anthropology and I am writing a paper on-line gaming language. I happened to stubble onto this site while I was doing research. Just a note, there are dictionaries for current language trends. You can google l33t and HAXOR speak translators and find good translations of slang on Urban Dictionary.

 
At 10:05 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There are two realities with multiple dimensions but 2 known to christian people but who cares there is formal and informal language in existing reality and there is formal, informal, and L33t Haxx0r in virtual or as we know it cyber reality. L33t shows who has good identification skills when it comes to abbreviations and symbolism converting to language and purpose. Everybody has their own form of saying words in comparison to the social realities. Even if they're(naming anybody) not L33t enough they can still master the art of language of L33t and do so for cyber attention and to be a jock of the "computer geeks, nerds, and wizzes." you may not understand it but other people do they are in their own world where they can speak any other language in L33t than the current language they have mastered during grade school. 50 1LL 134\/3 y0|_| t0 |_|r |_||/|r3st

 
At 5:26 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

u guys r toal n00bs!

 
At 11:39 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.l33thaxor.tk explains this very well

 
At 6:27 pm, Blogger Donny said...

im the master L33t haxor

i dont care what name you wanna call it, im the best

roll thru my crib and check my specs if you dare

789 addison 11598

dfreundlich@gmail.com

punks

 
At 11:05 pm, Anonymous ldrancer said...

http://goatse.info

 
At 9:55 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

an "elite hacker"
It's written in leet speak, substituting letters for numbers.
Example:
I like pie.
1 l1k3 p13.

Eat some cake.
347 50m3 c4k3.

I=1 Z=2 E=3 A=4 S=5 T=7 B=8 O=0

 

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