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Eric Dunn wrote:
> I think this thread is supporting a misconception.
> Do you need to know what an accronym or initialism
> stands for to understand the theory/application of
> the underlying process, technology, or product?
If you want to know why PDFs are useful to you, you
might want to know it's *portable* ... Otherwise, no
you don't need to know - you can just make up your own
pet theory about what PDFs are.
Andrew Plato wrote:
> moms at home don't care one iota how iTwit works.
If Mom is buying the iTwit, she might want to know if
it will play her massive collection of iTweet disks.
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