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The tag is all over the map. There are many questions where it means a web page, often a Facebook page. Sometimes it means scrolling through a long text. Sometimes it means virtual memory. Glancing at the questions, there seems to be some other relevant tag, most of the time (, , , , …). The questions in this tag don't look markedly worse than average (just perhaps a tad badly tagged). All in all, looks like a prime candidate for burnination.

Is there any reason for retaining the tag, at least temporarily, that I've missed? Otherwise, the tag should be removed and blacklisted.

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most of those are created thanks to people who think that separated tags make sense if they are close to each other – ajax333221 Aug 4 '12 at 1:56
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Agreed, it is now burninated.

tag burninated

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