New Blog Series: There’s a Name For It


We’d like to introduce a new series that will run every Friday, entitled There’s a Name For It. We love language, and this series features words from various languages around the world that capture universal, but complicated, human emotions or situations. It’s fun and (gasp!) educational, too!

We welcome your contributions!

Today’s lesson, perfect for a sunny Friday:

Fusha (Polish, FOO-hah, verb) — Using company time and resources for your own ends.

Source: They Have a Word for It, by Howard Rheingold.


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