I’m quite surprised to know that the word ‘Social Sharing’ has been added to Oxford Dictionaries in a February 2013 update. (See: http://blog.oxforddictionaries.com/2013/02/odo-february-2013-update/)
It says the definition of Social Sharing is
There are also new interesting words such as ‘Tweetable’ and ‘Dumbphone’. I haven’t heard both words before, but it seems useful words!
Yet, I’m just curious whether or not the words added to Oxford Dictionaries is important, because how many of us still open and look up a word in a dictionary? Also, this kind of ‘buzz’ word tend to be not a fixed meaning, and often changed meaning by users. So… when you find a new word on the web it might be better to google it, rather than taking down a dictionary from the shelf?