The letter “C” made entry in our lives this way

So, guys its day three the day of “C”
To take my series further let’s check out the word and gadget that changed our lives in the last decade with this letter.
let’s see the “C” words that knocked on our doors.
Alphabet, 3D Albhabet, Letters, Color

The Cronut

Donut + croissant = magic.

First introduced to the world in 2012, the cronut changed the face of the sugary treat game. We will be forever indebted.


You can rest easy knowing your Internet practices are keeping you safe and secure. That means plenty of passwords and vigilance when surfing the Net.


Next time your local cheese shop owner helps you out, be sure to recognize his or her official title. That’s right; cheesemongers are responsible for handing you the most delicious block of cheddar, Swiss, gruyere and more.

Chai Latte

Looks like we all visited Starbucks for our go-to drink enough times to warrant an entry. Made with spiced black tea and steamed milk, it’s a coffee alternative that keeps you alert and ready to start your day.


> Introduced: June 2015

Oxford definition dictionary: The practice of funding a project or venture by raising money from a large number of people who each contribute a relatively small amount, typically via the Internet.


> Introduced: September 2018

Oxford dictionary definition: A high-intensity fitness program incorporating elements from several sports and types of exercise.

Well after the word Gyan time to give you technology Gyan.

C for Cambridge Analytica

No one had heard of them. Till their infamous tryst with Facebook. Cambridge Analytica disclosed private data of millions of Facebook users which allegedly was used during Donald Trump’s presidential election.

Convore: Convore is the easiest way to have group conversations about topics you like! It’s a fun mix of chat, forums, and instant messenger.

Cinch: It is a free and easy way to create and share audio, text and photo updates using your iPhone.

Cloudy: Cloudy lets you quickly and easily ask groups of friends for their opinions.

Crowdstory: Crowdstory enhances the storytelling experience by allowing users to tether audio snippets to specific locations.


This technology is still in its early days, but there’s no denying the world-changing potential of the gene-editing system known as Crispr. Essentially a process for slicing out undesired strands of DNA–i.e., disease–and replacing them with new ones, the technology is being used by scientists and startups to try to cure diseases from sickle cell anemia to cancer. An ongoing patent battle between Berkeley and MIT over who owns the right to license the technology hasn’t slowed down its use. A Chinese scientist revealed in late 2018 that he’d created genetically modified human embryos, so it’s entirely possible we’ll look back in a few decades and say this is where humanity went wrong. But here’s to being optimistic.

So did you see so many words and apps with C rule our phones and life and we don’t realize?

So keep enjoying technology but in control.



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That’s all for today

Do visit to check about new words and digital things what connected with us.

My theme for A2Z-2020 is peeping into new words and gadgets/ apps that time traveled in our lives in the last decade

and became part of our lives beyond separation now.

Wanna peep into my C post for tiffin treats…

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30 Responses

  1. Wow amazing..I did not know that cyber safety and chai latte are new words that comes in use only during last decade. same with technology are sharing really unique info with this series Pragun. looking forward what is coming next!

  2. Srivalli says:

    This is such an interesting collection of words. Your A to Z challenge will help in adding more words to the vocab. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  3. Very interesting Gyan from C letter. I know about Cruffins, a mix of crossiant and muffins but Cronut is new for me. Thanks for sharing 👍

  4. Archana says:

    Brilliant take on for the challenge Pragun, definitely tour post is going to take my vocab chart upway, so many new words for me only edible one like cronut and cheesemonger are quite known for me rest all are veey much new to me.

  5. Roma says:

    Love your theme dear, undoubtedly a lot of gyan here. So enjoyed the read

  6. Noor Anand Chawla says:

    Some of these terms are so new but we take them for granted!

  7. Amazing one!! Cyber safety is one of the crucial things today. Loved the arrangements Pragun. Waiting for the next ones.

  8. Shalini says:

    Thank you for not mentioning the dreaded C words we are currently facing.
    Yes, to Chai Latte anytime.

    • Haha, that already is a very trending C which I would love to keep aside for now.
      With emotional drain, it has brought I’m sure chai latte with cronut is all I crave for.

  9. Kikzbèe says:

    There are many I haven’t heard! Which world am I in?

  10. This was a very informative article.Just what I wanted.Will be checking them in detail soon.Nicely done..

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  12. That was an interesting post and very informative. My vocab is certainly getting better 🙂 Never heard of Cronuts

  13. Cronut… sounds yummy. Will look out for it on my next trip to a cafe/bakery.
    We certainly need cheesemongers in our stores but before that more variety of cheese 😀
    I have seen Chai Latte in the menu of some cafes but have never been brave enough to try it. 😛

  14. Sinjana Ghosh says:

    This is some awesome tech information. Loved how you packed so many important c-words that have become a part and parcel of our lives these days.

  15. Alpana says:

    Cronut…yummyy…combined with chai latte. It can be a great word prompts for fiction story.
    Your posts are becoming addictive Pragun. I can see how much you are researching for bringing up this information to us. Thanks.

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