I was looking for a pun in the question title, but was unable to find one. So instead let us remember the previous seasons:
- I question the use of "question" in question titles (search here)
- Help make help questions have more helpful titles (search here)
- Houston, we have a "Problem" in question titles (search here)
There are currently
19 some uses of "experiment" in titles. Some of them are legit uses, like "Is the vinegar and baking soda experiment safe for children?". Some of them have (at the moment) rather meaningles titles, like "Titration experiment" or "Experiment with batteries". (This has been changed by now). A couple of them could benefit from some more descriptive headings:
Another buzzword I'd like to question is "exercise". But there are thankfully not a lot of uses out there. For the sake of completeness:
Another thing I would like to add is that fighting the buzzwords in titles is a battle we might never be able to win. Especially when it comes to "help" and "questions", they will pop up any time and anywhere. If you are editing, please try to remove the buzzwords.
So if you are bored enough, please head on over and give it a try. Pretty please.
Last, but nowhere least, I want to give a shout out to
When you clicked on the edit link already, adding math and chem formulas, remove all the gutter you find. Keep the quality high. And since this is meta: THANK YOU!