Anu Garg on A Word a Day

February 9, 2003

For eight years Anu Garg has been sending e-mail to a half million people in two hundred countries around the world, but it's not spam. It's "A Word a Day," a message with a definition, the word's etymology and an example of how to use it. He tells Jim Fleming all about it, and about his new book "A Word A Day: A Romp Through Some of the Most Unusual and Intriguing Words in English."


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