From: Reeve Fritchman <>

> Well, I'm a typical American with stunted language skills, so my Flemish
> is nonexistent...

Midden has been in the English language for 7 hundred years:

>From Webster:
Main Entry: midĚden
Pronunciation: 'mi-d&n
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English midding, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse
myki dung & Old Norse dyngja manure pile -- more at DUNG
Date: 14th century

> but I do have a browser, and maybe "middenware" refers to
> where the iSeries marketing effort is.

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