"Using" is so correct, but not nearly as tacticool as "running."Help me understand your position on that;
running[ ruhn-ing ]
See synonyms for running on Thesaurus.com
noun1 the act of a person, animal, or thing that runs.
2 managing or directing: the running of a business.
3 an act or instance of racing: the 113th running of the Kentucky Derby.
4 the condition of a track or surface to be run or raced on: Our track team had muddy running today.
the amount, quality, or type of a liquid flow.
adjectivegalloping, racing, moving, or passing rapidly.
(of a horse)
creeping or climbing, as plants: a running vine.
- going or proceeding rapidly at the gait of a gallop.
- taught to proceed at a gallop.
adverbin succession; consecutively: He slept badly for three nights running.
To me, use of the word 'running', as it applies to equipment, is appropriate - especially if it's an article or device I have used in the past and intend to use again - that is exactly what 'running' implies!
The one that grinds my gears (for no logical reason) is 'coarse' instead of 'course'
Haha, fun thread!