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The replies are still rolling in, and I'll post a summary -- and my
decision -- later. Thanks!
A lot of people say they use "PC." I did a stint at That Place over in
Redmond, WA a couple of years ago, and "PC" was taboo; I *think* because
it's actually a trademarked IBM term -- although maybe it has become so
generic it's lost its bid as a real trademark?
I may be completely wrong on this, though. Does anyone know? Any
IBMers out there? Any thoughts on this?