RE: Word to OpenOffice - what to do with styles?

Subject: RE: Word to OpenOffice - what to do with styles?
From: "Marci Bethel" <mhbethel -at- rmbeditorial -dot- com>
To: "'Fred Ridder'" <docudoc -at- hotmail -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 16:06:48 -0800

Hi Fred,

I'm glad to see that someone at Intel is still looking out for misused
trademarks and misinformation.
Keep up the good work!

--Marci, with Intel for 15+ years, most of them as a tech writer/editor and
trademark deputy

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Subject: Re: Word to OpenOffice - what to do with styles?

On Sat, 10 Feb 2007 Edgar D' Souza wrote (in part):

>If you have a computer with Intel VT (Vanderbilt Technology), you could
>give Xen a try - it's reputed to be able to run Windows side-by-side,
>and you can even dedicate one processor core to Windows, while the
>other is used by the host OS, Linux.

Note that VT does *not* stand for "Vanderbilt Technology". The correct
expansion of the Intel VT architecture name abbreviation is "Virtualization

Note that according to Intel naming policies, "Vanderbilt" would never be
used in a product name or even a codename. Codenames, which are not supposed
to be exposed to the public and which are theoretically supposed to be
retired for internal use as of the public product launch, always use the
names of geographic places (cities, towns, rivers, islands, etc.) but never
if the name is associated with any company or educational institution. There
may be places named Vanderbilt, but the primary association of that name is
the university in Tennessee.

My opinions only; I don't speak for Intel.
Fred Ridder
Parsippany, NJ


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