Technological change gives rise to new words like blog and new morphemes like e- and cyber-. In many parts of the world, small linguistic variations from one town to the next add up to a completely different language in the space of a half-hour drive.
hello Mighty Mom, I like that name, "Mighty Mom", it makes me think of my mum and it makes me smile. Tok Pisin is the native language of Papua New Guinea. It is a mix of Pidgin (spoken in Papua New Guinea) and English.