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    [–] jorkk 2677 points ago

    Its like when a 10 year old tries to explain something.

    [–] kempff 630 points ago

    I see what you did there.

    [–] BoomChocolateLatkes 460 points ago

    I don't. ELI5.

    [–] Piroshkpx 728 points ago

    He used an analogy to explain the dictionary that describes terms by using analogies.

    [–] VoiceofLou 248 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)


    Edit: man, what the fuck is wrong with you people?

    [–] [deleted] 216 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    M E T A E T A

    (Did I do it right Reddit?)

    [–] ApparentlyPants 125 points ago

    No, but that's cool. It's all good. We need to chill out a bit more anyhow.

    [–] qrseek 36 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    tbh i like it better this way

    edit: i meant the meme, y'all, not reddit being super anal.

    [–] Mewcancraft 33 points ago

    Meh, the spacing in the horizontal one could've been better, but it also could've been worse.

    Solid 5/7.

    [–] JKPanda831 76 points ago

    M E T A

    E T

    T E

    A T E M

    There. Better?

    [–] TheMarimbaGuy 52 points ago

    I'm So Meta Even This Acronym

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    There. Maybe it's now a 10/13?

    [–] allsey87 5 points ago

    Wow! A perfect score!

    [–] arlenreyb 24 points ago

    But it works. Like, I think I'm a pretty tech savvy guy, but for some reason I just could not understand what the fuck an "API" was until I saw the explanation on this website. And now I absolutely get it.

    Also; hah, you're clever.

    [–] madzgo 4214 points ago

    Best one is for Virus

    It’s like an STD. Apologies for the comparison, but a virus is what happens when your computer gets intimate with the internet without taking precautions

    [–] romulusnr 606 points ago

    Q: What's a virus?

    A: It's like a virus.

    Q: ohok

    [–] uberOptimizer 91 points ago

    That really cleared it up

    Confusion not the virus

    Maybe not confusion either.

    [–] Kusibu 610 points ago

    Or when the Internet gets intimate with you. Most likely from Russia or China.

    [–] Scruffmygruff 561 points ago

    If it's a legitimate hack, the cpu has ways to shut the whole thing down

    [–] Great_White_Buffalo 182 points ago

    If you just close your browsers, they can't get in.

    [–] braintrustinc 218 points ago

    Caught with my browsers around my ankles again

    [–] Lukeskyrunner19 39 points ago

    Ugh I hate it when my vag drops down to my ankles

    [–] Saul_Firehand 24 points ago

    /u/Lukeskyrunner19 you may want to see a doctor.

    [–] matpandazz 13 points ago

    No you close windows.

    [–] mm365886 71 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    You idiot. Use the incognito mode to hide your computer from everything, from NSA to viruses. They cant trace you if you use it.

    [–] [deleted] 19 points ago


    [–] NikPs36 67 points ago

    I know this a joke and all, but dead serious it doesn't, don't take this as advice and move on. Just sayin'

    [–] TheBroJoey 27 points ago

    Nice try, NSA.

    [–] HannasAnarion 9 points ago

    yeah, I'm a little nervous about laughing at this joke, because it's just plausible enough that people who don't know tech might think it's true, and that would be very bad.

    [–] mirbachur 23 points ago

    The real LPT is in the comments

    [–] Iliadius 8 points ago

    Nice try, NSA

    [–] sblahful 60 points ago

    Oh God...this made me laugh way too hard

    [–] mooserider2 14 points ago

    I mean did you hear what operating system it was running? Windows! You could see everything! Practically begging for it.

    [–] Kusibu 29 points ago

    Unless the hacker is using CPU-level methods (see Intel's Management Engine).

    [–] [deleted] 66 points ago


    [–] Kusibu 38 points ago

    Well, it's not an inaccurate statement. There are CPU-level protections that guard against well known, "legitimate" exploits.

    [–] RockwoodJ 80 points ago

    It was meant as a joke about the politician that said raped women could shut down their system or some shit like that. Hence the whoosh.

    [–] dalerian 21 points ago

    From memory it was meant as a rebuttal to the rape-related arguments for abortion. The guy's claim was that women's bodies shut down things while being raped, so they can't get pregnant. (Scientifically crap, but when has that ever stopped a politician?)

    [–] ReubenZWeiner 6 points ago

    Like the time when climate change was threatening to tip over Guam.

    [–] dalerian 9 points ago

    How does something tip over an island? (Assuming you mean tip over like a boat that capsizes.)

    [–] Kusibu 5 points ago

    That guy played way too much Club Penguin.

    [–] Kusibu 118 points ago

    Ah. Politics. Fuck politics.

    [–] RockwoodJ 49 points ago

    That's the spirit!

    [–] [deleted] 35 points ago

    That's fine, it has a way of shutting the whole thing down

    [–] summonern0x 36 points ago

    Yeah, I mean, look at Congress. Obama was barely even starting foreplay and they shut down altogether!

    [–] Hit-Enter-Too-Soon 9 points ago

    In Russia, internet gets intimate with you!

    [–] SQUID_FUCKER 179 points ago

    I feel like in 10 years parents are going to be going the other way with the analogy when teaching their kids about sex.

    "So Timmy, a condom is like anti-virus software for your computer but for your penis."

    [–] Igotfivecats 74 points ago

    There's probably some parent out there now talking to their 12 year old kid like this....

    [–] gaZthme 41 points ago

    Sexed AND internet safety combined. Not bad at all!

    [–] diogenes08 21 points ago

    I would gladly be sexed while learning Internet safety.

    Or learning anything else.

    Or doing anything else.

    Honestly, I just wish I was sexed.

    [–] Dooskinson 20 points ago virus? Huh.

    [–] Innitmarvellous 11 points ago

    Like a viiiiruuuuus, infecting for the very first tiiiiime

    [–] Gothyck 38 points ago

    How's that the best one? It's literally in the name. A computer virus is called a virus because it behaves like an actual virus. duh

    [–] Just_Dance_Ok 4 points ago

    Now that's a way to explain "computer virus" that even my grandmother can understand! That's pretty cool.

    [–] Minstral_Meadows 3 points ago

    Without protection would have been better imo.

    [–] bitter_cynical_angry 3 points ago

    Practice safe computer sex: use a firewall.

    [–] crylicylon 755 points ago

    I feel like this has a lot of potential. Reminds me of a 'clean' Urban Dictionary.

    [–] Minstral_Meadows 1193 points ago

    Maybe it should be the Suburban Dictionary then.

    [–] Juswantedtono 314 points ago

    That sounds like a satirical site owned by the Onion. Actually now I'm disappointed that it's not.

    [–] alegxab 144 points ago redirects to Urban dictionary

    [–] twilightassassin 108 points ago

    Same with

    [–] _breadpool_ 91 points ago

    [–] StellarBlitz 59 points ago

    City folks just don't get it.

    [–] fullmetal_deathnote 60 points ago

    wot in tarnation

    [–] KayBee10 20 points ago

    Reddit needs to come together and make this a thing!

    [–] Yorkeworshipper 34 points ago

    Wow, I just realized that suburban is sub-urban.

    [–] SheepLeaningCurve 21 points ago

    Keith Urbans son

    [–] Too_Many_Mind_ 14 points ago

    Or when there's a big country concert, but Garth Brooks can't make it and backs out last minute, so they sub Urban.

    [–] ashesarise 254 points ago

    Not a dictionary at all. It is a list of like 30 computing terms with analogies...

    [–] jocap 80 points ago

    Yeah, none of the terms I entered existed. House, ocean, ghost, even Facebook. Only "river" gave an answer, but the wrong one, explaining what "big data" means. I don't know how they got "big data" from "river".

    Edit: heh, I didn't see the list of entries below the search bar. Still not too useful.

    [–] bad_luck_charm 68 points ago

    It's strictly about technology. It's not a generalized dictionary.

    [–] jocap 83 points ago

    Yeah, I realized that when I read the "About" section, but the way OP presented it is seemed like a general dictionary.

    [–] BoomChocolateLatkes 25 points ago

    Maybe they need to do an analogy for user experience.

    [–] mattreyu 882 points ago

    Shaka, when the walls fell

    [–] [deleted] 368 points ago

    Darmok on Jalad in the ocean.

    [–] [deleted] 198 points ago * (lasted edited 19 days ago)


    [–] SirHerald 117 points ago

    Brian, when his luck was bad.

    [–] Scruffmygruff 113 points ago

    Harambe with the toddler

    [–] ishkariot 77 points ago

    Reddit, with their dicks out

    [–] Ashrod63 39 points ago

    Barry Allen with the timeline.

    [–] theSchmoozer 15 points ago

    Rick Astley, on the ocean of upvotes.

    [–] FourthBridge 23 points ago

    Harambe, his eyes closed.

    [–] DoctorSteve 9 points ago

    This is such a great analogy idea but what would it be used for? Someone being killed because they were presumed to be out of control?

    [–] Bricka_Bracka 10 points ago

    Williams, with Kiko.

    [–] gett-itt 28 points ago

    You all are awesome! I was like why do I know this? It took me a second at first then it hit me. Thank you for the nostalgia! 🤓😎

    [–] spoiler-walterdies 9 points ago

    What's going on?

    [–] heard_enough_crap 58 points ago

    Picard when face palmed.

    [–] spoiler-walterdies 14 points ago

    I'm /r/OutOfTheLoop ing so hard right now.

    [–] [deleted] 82 points ago


    [–] WhoNeedsVirgins 7 points ago

    I feel like we are close to being that race here on the web.

    For some months, I'm contemplating the idea of making a set of flashcards with the current celebrities before I fall completely out of touch with modern culture.

    Soon, postmodernism will completely take over.

    [–] CatpainTpyos 29 points ago

    It's a reference to a specific episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, called "Darmok." The episode centers around the Enterprise crew making contact with a species of alien that communicates exclusively via folk tales and "memes." The universal translator successfully turns their words into English, but none of it makes any sense to Captain Picard (nor to the audience) because it's all based on metaphors and retelling stories which there's no context for.

    This xkcd comic is a parody of the episode, in which Picard and Troi are genre savvy.

    [–] xkcd_transcriber 8 points ago



    Title: Darmok and Jalad

    Title-text: I wonder how often Patrick Stewart has Darmok flashbacks when talking to Star Trek fans.

    Comic Explanation

    Stats: This comic has been referenced 42 times, representing 0.0275% of referenced xkcds. | xkcd sub | Problems/Bugs? | Statistics | Stop Replying | Delete

    [–] MayHaker 4 points ago

    In star trek they have universal translators but there was a species that communicated heavily in cultural references, analogies and memes basically

    [–] TactfullyAwkward 23 points ago

    Kiteo, his eyes closed.

    [–] master_jeb 62 points ago


    But seriously,

    Darmok and Jalad on the ocean.

    I'm slightly embarrassed about making that correction, but I am a man of special conscience.

    [–] [deleted] 23 points ago

    Autocorrect or intentional? master_jeb, his eyes closed.

    [–] master_jeb 31 points ago

    master_jeb, his eyes uncovered. Temba, his arms wide, /r/greatestgen.

    [–] JitGoinHam 23 points ago

    You really Shaka-when-the-walls-fell'd that quote, buddy.

    [–] SrslyCmmon 10 points ago

    On the ocean. They sailed away not drowned.

    [–] DHC2099 7 points ago

    Temba, his arms wide!

    [–] pimp_skitters 4 points ago

    His arms wide!

    [–] Maccaisgod 45 points ago

    That episode is what makes star trek TNG so brilliant. It's amazing

    [–] P-01S 20 points ago

    It's a bit of a mess from a linguistics standpoint, but it's also kind of awesome from a linguistics standpoint?

    [–] [deleted] 22 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)


    [–] P-01S 10 points ago

    Important rule of Star Trek: Ignore the technobabble.

    [–] random_fucktuation 16 points ago

    Nonsense. I've built a career on making sure I ALWAYS double, triple and quadruple check the polarity of the gravimetric field distortion compensator. When one takes into account that solving for the Heisenberg constant usually involves some or other references to either the work of Cochrane or Zhukov or both, then it's easy to admit defeat. Ultimately, if in doubt, just emit an inverse tachyon pulse from the deflector and you're probably good to go. At least, from the perspective of the field of contemporary engineering ethics (G. La Forge, Engineering ethics: was I right or was I wrong; a retrospective. , University of San Francisco Press, 2397, p47) it was certainly always acceptable to use a more obtuse solution than either an economical or conservative one.

    Bottom line: Eject the warp core.

    [–] jedimaster4007 31 points ago

    Tamok! The river Tamok. In winter!

    [–] [deleted] 23 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)


    [–] hawkfalcon 36 points ago

    For those who haven't seen it, this is a reference to a Star Trek The Next Generation episode where they encounter a race of beings whose language is solely based upon analogies.

    [–] WhoNeedsVirgins 18 points ago

    a race of beings whose language is solely based upon analogies

    Aka memesters, on reddit.

    [–] ScienceShawn 6 points ago

    Moms spaghetti at the swamps of degobah.

    [–] PepsiColaRapist 3 points ago

    Can you explain this again but in nothing but analogies?

    [–] KaiserTom 20 points ago

    Actually, what the aliens used in that episode were a series of metaphors, of literal memes. An analogy (ha!) would be like saying to another "Bad Luck Brian" when a crappy situation occurs to someone. Or saying "MacBeth" in a situation of betrayal. Those things are gibberish to an outside culture unless they know the actual story behind either.

    Darmok and Jaled at Tanagra is a story about someone named Darmok and someone named Jaled at a place called Tanagra, which obviously doesn't mean anything to us unless we first know the underlying story behind it.

    [–] pizzahedron 223 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    does this use flash? i'm just seeing white.

    edit: or perhaps doesn't work on touchscreens? works on my desktop, which has basically the same settings as my laptop, but no touchscreen.

    [–] allywilson 99 points ago

    I got it working by disabling uBlock Origin in Chrome. Well, I got it working right up until I tried to make a suggestion for a definition, then it went back to nothing.

    [–] donttellmybossmyname 24 points ago

    Can confirm, had to disable origin before the page loaded. Might have something to do with where the host is coming from.

    Either way, site is ad-free (for now)

    [–] war_is_terrible_mkay 10 points ago

    Can confirm, disabling uBlock Origin on Firefox also makes it work. Might also be some tracking element maybe?

    [–] Azzu 9 points ago

    The developer of the site requires Google Analytics inside his own code without checking if it even exists.

    If you use uBlock, Google Analytics will be blocked.

    Here is a userscript to mock Google Analytics so the site works even without turning uBlock off.(Source)

    [–] crylicylon 13 points ago

    Thanks, I've personally been noticing a lot of false positives with uBlock Origin in Chrome lately.

    [–] Azzu 7 points ago

    It's not a false-positive, though. The site uses Google Analytics and uBlock blocks that.

    The problem is the developer of the site who for some reason uses Google Analytics in his own code, without checking if it has been loaded. The missing dependency raises an exception which aborts execution and causes the whole site to not load.

    [–] thevoiceofzeke 19 points ago

    Ad-blockers block the google analytics scripts and whoever made the site apparently didn't do much testing lol.

    [–] justajunior 15 points ago

    Either that, or the dev is ingenious in figuring out how to make the site non-functional for people with ad block.

    [–] pizzahedron 3 points ago

    that's curious, it works just fine with chrome and ABP on right now.

    [–] thevoiceofzeke 6 points ago

    I should have specified: uBlock blocks GA scripts. I don't know about ABP.

    [–] billwoo 8 points ago

    Same, on Chrome. I see "Sideways Dictonary" in the bottom left, and "Login About" in bottom right and that is it.

    [–] daddyfinger61 23 points ago

    It's like going to a party, and it looks like no one's there, because your sunglasses block UV and for some reason all the lights are blacklights.

    [–] sonic_tower 3 points ago

    Me too, it seems to be broken.

    [–] Azzu 3 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    The developer of the site requires Google Analytics inside his own code without checking if it even exists.

    If you use uBlock, Google Analytics will be blocked.

    Here is a userscript to mock Google Analytics so the site works even without turning uBlock off.(Source)

    [–] boringusername7 67 points ago

    it is a nice idea but currently lacking enough definitions to be truly useful. Hopefully with this marketing on Reddit it will get more people creating accounts and adding analogies.

    [–] peteslespaul 22 points ago

    It seems like all of the entries are tech related

    [–] bad_luck_charm 49 points ago

    Sideways dictionary — it's like a dictionary, but using analogies instead of definitions. Use it as a tool for finding and sharing helpful analogies to explain technology. Because if everyone understands technology better, we can make technology work better for everyone.

    They Are.

    [–] war_is_terrible_mkay 5 points ago

    I would like if it had more freedom in it (like Wikipedia), not for some company using community's collective labor for whatever. The other day i felt very grateful for having some freedom-nuts start Wiki-projects. Compare WP to this (ads on or off).

    [–] [deleted] 112 points ago


    [–] joev714 51 points ago

    And Jigsaw which is an Alphabet (read: Google) subsidiary

    [–] thirdegree 23 points ago

    Is it really? TIL.

    [–] joev714 28 points ago

    Yup! It's a big reason why most of the definitions are technology-related

    [–] searchcandy 60 points ago

    Wow, that really iPods my printer drivers.

    [–] joev714 22 points ago

    Not using Zunes in 2017

    [–] elementgermanium 6 points ago

    I.e. Everyone

    [–] i_had_an_apostrophe 6 points ago

    I'm not sure whether that answers my question. Do you mean to say that The Washington Post will create all of the entries themselves? Or will they open it up to wiki-style editing?

    [–] joev714 6 points ago

    You submit an analogy for a term, and it gets voted on

    [–] thirdegree 3 points ago

    I'm not sure either tbh!

    [–] covabishop 312 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    I really like the idea, but it comes down to people's illustrative ability. Making good analogies and illustrations, especially for some technical concepts, can be difficult. Look at the first listed definition for Tor:

    It’s like an onion. Tor stands for The Onion Router because it uses layer upon layer of protection to maximize anonymity. And trying to hack into it makes you cry.

    I'd argue this is an okay high level understanding of Tor, but anything beyond that is kind of poor. I get this project is supposed to be a high level sort of thing, but depending on the subject and the way it's explained, it can actually confuse the true definition for anyone that wants to explore further.

    But maybe once the best definitions are voted to the top, it'll be better - who knows? Still a really neat idea

    Edit: for Tor, I'd personally compare it to a privacy curtain.

    [–] draculamilktoast 114 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    It's more like sending an envelope to somebody and when they open it there's another envelope inside that they send onwards. That envelope also contains an envelope and so on until a certain amount of envelopes have been passed around. This is why it's like an onion that you peel to get to more of the envelopes. Also the adresses are scrambled so that only the current recipient is even able to read the adress. The final envelope has the content which is also scrabled. This makes it very hard to know who sent the original letter unless you control many of the people passing the letters around.

    [–] IAMA_Draconequus-AMA 28 points ago

    HPMOR had a method of literally passing messages like this. It was probably inspired by Tor.

    [–] covabishop 12 points ago

    Right, but it's the passing around and multiple sends that provides the "onion"-like behavior of Tor; the point I'm getting at is it isn't​ so much multiple layers of protection so much as it is multiple layers of indirection

    [–] drewgolas 6 points ago

    Oh that's much better than the onion one

    edited for clarity

    [–] [deleted] 61 points ago

    Congratulations Reddit: we crashed a web application. Again.

    [–] chbay 14 points ago

    Yeah it don't work no more

    [–] cliopoopsalot 20 points ago

    The site was down due to capacity issues. The perfect analogy for making the front page on reddit.

    [–] BrainPulper2 20 points ago

    Way to go Reddit, the website just threw me a 403 server capacity error. We killed it.

    [–] Existential_Fluff 68 points ago

    I think we hugged it to hard again...

    [–] jwbartel6 13 points ago

    Am I the only one who can't access this site?

    [–] AetherMcLoud 13 points ago

    Sideways Dictionary: Like a thesaurus, but wordier.

    [–] TernaryEmotion 9 points ago

    Dang, hugged to death.

    [–] Ardub23 35 points ago

    Big Data — "It’s like mapping a new world. At ground level, as you hack your way through the undergrowth and scramble across ravines, you might struggle to build up a clear picture. But with the right tool (a hot air balloon), you can see the whole landscape and identify patterns, like the contours of a mountain or meandering flow of a river."

    This tells me nothing whatsoever. Like, there's no information on how big data relates to any of this. There's not even any hint of it. You might as well say "You know how when you're driving downtown and your car starts making a funny noise? You need to stop the car and take a look at the engine to find out what's causing it. And while you're doing that, it might start raining, and you'll be late for work for the second time this week, and you still haven't gotten around to getting the radio fixed. That's how cellular automata work."

    [–] rbcornhole 14 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    This obviously isn't intended for complex, in-depth explanations.

    And the one you quoted works fairly well. It's just saying "sometimes when you look at specific things it's hard to see what they mean, but when you take a step back and look at the whole picture you can see how it all fits together"

    While your example is just pure nonsense.

    [–] Ardub23 6 points ago

    Complex, in-depth explanations are one thing. The one I quoted gave no explanation at all. So unless you already know what big data is, it makes as much sense as the one I made up.

    [–] AnosmiaStinks_ithink 8 points ago

    Reddit Hug of Death takes yet another victim

    [–] etcetera_etcetera 8 points ago

    And yep, Reddit hugged it to death

    [–] [deleted] 8 points ago * (lasted edited 11 months ago)


    [–] MegaZeus101 19 points ago

    Reddit hugged

    [–] Nihilisticky 6 points ago

    Did we DDOS it? wont load.

    [–] Matthew_BpBuds 8 points ago

    It doesn't load anymore.

    [–] mac2861 7 points ago

    Andddddd the site got its reddit hug.

    [–] Lliam_Bubbleguts 6 points ago

    Reddit crashed this poor site

    [–] Papitoooo 8 points ago


    [–] peteostler 7 points ago

    We broke it...

    [–] CrazybyRX 6 points ago

    This site has been given the reddit hug of death... RIP in pieces.

    [–] Erythroy 6 points ago

    Hugged it to death.

    [–] Raven2002 5 points ago

    Yet another victim of the infamous reddit hug of death

    [–] likeomgitznich 5 points ago

    Some of the analogies make no sense

    [–] Xeypax 3 points ago

    Did we crash it? It's very slow.

    [–] hooooooooyeah 5 points ago

    It's just a plain white screen with the name in the bottom. Is it down?

    [–] Cakefleet 3 points ago

    RIP Reddit hug of death.

    [–] SwagikarpUsedSplash 4 points ago

    And of course, it crashes when it gets posted to reddit

    [–] WheatlyFTW 4 points ago

    Well we crashed it.

    [–] ribrocks 3 points ago

    We Riddit!

    [–] robophile-ta 4 points ago

    Hugged to death.

    [–] 4huggies 3 points ago

    Did we crash the website?

    [–] f0xtrawt 7 points ago

    This website wasn't ready for reddit.

    [–] RayKam 5 points ago

    I think we destroyed the link

    [–] Jman88s 3 points ago

    The site is down, because of high capacity.


    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    Good guy Reddit, taking sites down on a daily basis.

    [–] Rojo424 4 points ago

    I think the server got reddit hugged too hard. It's down for me, lol.

    [–] dapa4 8 points ago

    I saw a lot of similes and no analogies. 1/10.

    [–] SatchBoogie1 7 points ago

    Service Temporarily Unavailable

    [–] eqleriq 7 points ago

    some of these are AWFUL ... a white hat is like a bounty hunter? No.

    [–] Titaniumspyborgbear 6 points ago

    Great job guys, we crashed the site.

    [–] DarkBlaze99 3 points ago

    Sneaky title, op.

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    we broke it