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If you follow the wiki references, snark --> snide --> "without humor". This is incorrect. As used on the 'net, "good" snark is always witty, or at least cleverly written.

Wikipedia link[edit]

While true that Wikipedia has an article on "snark" (as highlighted in this article), it is a disambig page which points here as far as this meaning of the word is concerned. Seems pointless to me to have the link from here to there; it just tells the reader the same thing over again. Is it policy to have a link whenever Wikipedia has an article? 05:04, 30 June 2007 (UTC)

Snarking (1866)[edit]

On the usage of "snarking" in the year 1866: -- 20:10, 13 May 2016 (UTC)