"Backup" used as a verb. Also applies to "setup." I think this comes from the tech world. Those are nouns, people! You should back up your work every night, so you have a backup if your hard drive fails.
I see this sort of thing a lot in the directions that my co-workers write. We're techical people, but apparently I'm the only one who can spell.
"Setup your computer so that......" ARGH!! It's "Set Up Your computer so that the setup works for you"
Set up - a verb with an object
Setup - noun
You Back Up your data so you will have a Backup when you need to restore.
They just don't get it, and don't care!
On one list that I read, some people are so vaguely acquainted with the concept of literacy that it actually gives me a headache to try and translate what they wrote into an actual idea. I once cut and pasted a paragraph to a friend and she said, 'You're making that up!'. No, sorry. That was really what she wrote.
In my own defense, though, I did use zombie as a verb once. I work in a place where a lot of people stagger in at very early hours. There's no other way to describe them but 'you should see the numbers of people who zombie across the parking lot at 5am!'