Renaming help

Subject: Renaming help
From: David Oberstadt <daveo -at- VNET -dot- IBM -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 1994 09:13:52 PDT

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> >Do you think any of the following terms would be *help*ful for renaming
> >the on-line help:

> >Medicine
> >Rx
> >Remedy
> >1-800

> How about:

> Buy-A-Clue
> or
> 411

>Aren't "411," "1-800," and the elsewhere-suggested "911" purely local
>to the US (and perhaps Canada)? The at-least-more-nearly-universal
>question mark or the lower-case-I-with-a-large-dot are better candidates
>in today's global market.
For emergencies in Taiwan, call 119. I doubt the 'i' would be
recognized by most Chinese, Koreans, and Japanese.

David Oberstadt daveo -at- vnet -dot- ibm -dot- com

All science is either physics or stamp collecting.
-Ernest Rutherford

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