> Vern wrote:
> This is an instance of an interesting phenomenon, I think, viz., that a
> symbol or acronym has more functional meaning than what it originally
> for. The same thing has happened to LPEX, in our environment.

Not unlike RAID,
which originally stood for "Redundant Array of Independent Disks",
according to IBM.

Now it means "Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks"

(Certainly NOT what IBM originally intended, if you have ever priced
IBM auxiliary storage!)


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