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I don't think this one adds much and should probably be verboten to avoid future use.

If you'd prefer to retag the 61 questions, then I have a few suggestions:

and I've already retagged a few by hand -- so it's more like 50 now.

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Does anyone else think that [smart-card] and [card-reader] would be better tags? Or are "smartcard" and "cardreader" commonly written each as one word? – Bill the Lizard Aug 18 '11 at 14:40
@Bill, I just went with [smartcard] because it exists. If you'd prefer to use the hyphen, feel free! And as to your question, I've seen creditcard as one word much more often than I've seen the other two as one word. We could ask on the English Language site, but I suspect this is just technology working its way into the vernacular. – M. Tibbits Aug 18 '11 at 14:42
Not that I'd trust Wikipedia as a definitive source, but Credit Card, Smart Card, and Card Reader are all listed as two word phrases. – M. Tibbits Aug 18 '11 at 14:45
I moved the remaining ~50 over to more relevant tags, including the tag [playing-cards]. There are currently no questions marked [card]. – ckittel Aug 18 '11 at 15:54
Can we burninate the burninate tags and meme? – tvanfosson Aug 18 '11 at 16:31
@tvanfosson I see a new rabble-rousing question there! – ckittel Aug 18 '11 at 16:39
Definitely two words, not one. I don't understand the contempt for hyphens in tags that we have around here. – Cody Gray Aug 19 '11 at 5:06
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Agreed, it is now burninated.

tag burninated

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