Language is amaz-ing: right now, I'm amaz-ed that "-ster" is entering our language as a general-purpose noun suffix. It has a meaning of roughly "computer service organized on peer-to-peer principles."

That is, Napster begat Aimster (later Madster) and Grokster and Blubster and now Friendster, which isn't even a file-trading program. Twenty years from now, kids will wonder what's up with words like "monster," "shyster," and "lobster."

And all of this because Shawn Fanning was made fun of for his nappy hair.