It is internetz.
And I am STRONGLY in the camp that internet ain't to be capitalized.
It is a medium of information transfer. We don't capitalize others media of transferring infos.
Should "info" be pluralised?
Absolutely. But it hasn't risen to the use of the z pluralization yet.
I'm British, I spell English words properly!
The pluralization of non-countable nouns is an internetzizm. advices
It tend to reflect a less than strict use of the word or ironic. Using a z
for the plural is an intensifier.
Some asks a question on OC.net about something that everyone says to ask your Priest about.
Knowing this, they say:
OK, I need some advices. Blah blah blah.
This acknowledges the above fact that the person knows the default and "best" answer is to ask their Priest and they still want advice from others. Others seeing the plural understand the person is going to take their advice with a grain of salt AND ask their Priest and thus can answer without the typical caveats or worries that this person doesn't know the SOP.
When some here give out some decent psychological advice in a loose sense, I often will respond with: Good psychologicals. This shows that I am acknowledging the fact the person is not a professional nor should their advice taken to be such, but seems to run right according to my experience and understanding of "psychology".
Now if I want psychological advice on something about which I know is basically an absurd situation and the answer is staring me in the face and am looking for just a push into the right direction, I might post:
OK, I have this situation. Blah blah blah. I could use some psychologicalz.
Or stronger yet zychologicalz.
Make sense yet?