>> I named the Apple Network Server I maintain "stockholm" and my 128DCR >> "rover". No name for the new 64 breadbox yet. >The two Appleshare servers at work are named Guardian and Colossus they >provide lan services for our two offices (yes and they do get to communicate >with one another upon occasion.)... I try to name all the office HD volumes >something other then 'hard disk' as it is harder to access stuff remotely when >keying a path with spaces. I always liked calling things "noodle". No idea why, just sounds delightfully pathological. >As far as commodores go, a popular term for the 1541 is 'the Lumbering Hippo' >I think it was from a Fastload Ad, I regard it as a fond term, not fast not >small, nor something you see dead too often. Yep, I know that ad. Later FastLoad boxes actually have a hippo with the red crossed out circle stamped on it as their "NO SLOW LOADERS" thingie. What just struck me is that 'breadbox' is a nickname, too. -- Cameron Kaiser *** http://calvin.ptloma.edu/~spectre/ *** email@example.com "Please dispose of this message in the usual manner." -- Mission: Impossible - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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