• US /ˌɪnəˈveʃən/
  • UK /ˌɪnəˈveɪʃn/
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  • n. 革新 ; 創新;
  • The latest auto innovation is to change the shape of the car body to improve speed

網路的歷史 (History of the Internet)

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  1. the innovation of osi was the attempt to standardize the network from its ends

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  1. Doing the same old pointless thing a different way. Alternatively, creating something brilliant in such a way that it takes twice as long and costs three times as much as the old fashioned way of doing the same thing.
    Bob: Hey, let's make a wheel! Bub: Well, we'll have to draft a budget submission, then set up a steering party, develop a business plan then publish a prospectus. I'm guessing we'll need a couple of million plus a three year window for the R & D alone ...
  2. A marketing ploy used by organizations that have exhausted all other plausable excuses for introducing ill-conceived products, policies, practices and/or services that will ultimately prove to be counterproductive.
    CEO: OMG, this place is a real drag! Boy Wonder: Gosh, CEO ... let's introduce an innovation! CEO: Shit! Why didn't I think of that? Where should we start? Boy Wonder: Gee, I guess we should do a Google search ...
  3. Two dicks, one shoe-horn!
    Jarrad - I used to use a shoe-horn to hold my dick up while shaving my balls, Now with my new Innovation i can hold up my mates dick while he shaves his balls as well!
  4. A word used by game developers when they are going to fuck up a game.
    Dev: We're going to make the game more innovative and fun! *later on after release* Gamer: Dude! WTF THIS GAME SUCKS! it fails in most new games.