Subject: Re: new virtual memory system available: UVM
To: Chuck Cranor <email@example.com>
From: Ty Sarna <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/08/1998 01:46:22
Chuck Cranor wrote:
> into just uvm... so the "u" doesn't really stand for anything
> anymore: "uvm" is just a name that is different from (but close to) "vm".
Since "Tower" was a trademark of NCR (then ATA&T and now Lucent, I
guess?), Commdore used to claim in regard to the Amiga 3000T that
"the 'T' stands for 'Floor Standing Model'".
So, why don't we just say that the U stands for "Chuck's"? ;-)
Anyway, it looks very interesting. Thanks!