- v get the meaning of something
- But only YouTube created a new way for millions of people to entertain, educate, shock, rock and grok one another on a scale we've never seen before.
- Then there are the hardcore the Uruk-hai of Tolkien readers who have delved further, into The Silmarillion and beyond, who seriously grok the deep history and elaborate .
- Even users should grok this cuspy sampler of computereseSince computers can understand only two words, variously defined as yes and no, on and off, or zero and one, computer.
- David Edelstein in Los Angeles Times
A cult gives its members license to feel superior to the rest of the universe,film critic David Edelstein wrote on the Lebowski phenomenon, "and so does a cult movie: it confers hipness on those who grok what the mainstream audience...
- Steve Ballmer in ZDNet
We will have more disruption from technology than other areas that have gotten more attention. In a sense we are a 'Johnny come lately,' but we really grok what is going on,Ballmer said.