USA Today reports that the latest edition of Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary has added the term "Google." Along with adding the term "mouse potato" (a twist on the term "couch potato"), the dictionary lists Google as a verb. This marks a recent trend where Merriam-Webster's lexicographers have been increasingly technology-focused. Dan Reynolds, a computer salesman says: "Google is definitely a verb ... it's like a secondary brain for a lot of people." Because of the company's trademark, Merriam-Webster has lowercased the entry, however it maintains capitalization while explaining the verb......
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