The Dicshunary collected and shared vocabularies used by one person, family, or other micro-language group.

Screenshot from the Dicshunary

Users added their neologisms, definitions and redefinitions, and could create sub-lexicons to host on their own websites. They could even download the code and run their own version.

The dicshunary installed on trash technologyInstalled as a kiosk on recycled computers reclaimed from local skips, dumps and store cupboards, the Dicshunary would capture local place names and micro-dialects from areas near the galleries, schools and public spaces in which it was exhibited.

 

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