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Survey results are in: one out-of-four good friends and family members either know why we chose "Biz" "grok" or they are too polite to ask. The other three out-of-four have spared no time asking, "What the . . . is a bizgrok?" or those with more kindly concern ask, "Will anyone else know what it means?"; still others just look at us and shake their head.

Bizgrok is a blending of "biz" for business and "grok". All clear now? If so, or if it really doesn't matter to you, stop here. If you are one of us with "Way too Curious" tatooed on your forehead since birth, read on.

Grok: \GRAWK\, verb: To understand, especially in a profound and intimate way. Grok was first seen in the novel Stranger in a Strange Land, by Robert A. Heinlein and used literally to mean "to drink". Grok is more commonly used metaphorically to mean, "to be one with" or to perceive a subject so deeply that one no longer knows it, but rather understands it on a fundamental level


Just a bit about the man who grokked much . . .

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