‘xark’ explained


 xark: /zark/ (v.) 1. to engage in a string of intense but short-lived inquiries into an unending series of seemingly unrelated topics; 2. to act upon a limitless, playful and passionate curiosity; 3. to choose freely,  unbound by rote conventions; 4. to experience life from a variety of perspectives. Coined in 2004 by journalist and entrepreneur Dan Conover to describe a way of thinking and living.