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It's just a matter of time before "gizmodo" becomes a verb.

gizmodo (verb)
Etymology: modern English (colloquial), from Gizmo (ref: "Gremlins", comics) and Moto ("Hello Moto")

1. a. To treat a reader or customer with condescension or disdain 1. b. To underestimate the intellect of a reader or customer

2. To execute a poor marketing campaign using social media (see entry for social media)

3. See list: Things fanboys want to believe

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