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Subject:More business names From:Chuck Martin <techwriter -at- VNET -dot- IBM -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 4 Aug 1994 10:01:10 PDT
OK, OK, I know it's not quite related, but.....
A couple of my favorite/more memorable business names:
In Seattle, a print shop: Damn Fine Printing.
In Portland, a Chinese restaurant (does the double entendre come close
to the &@#*! discussion?): Hung Far Low
No, I don't know what that means in Chinese; I did poorly in my Mandarin
classes. What was most fun about that one is that it's near Portland's
gay ghetto, seen when some friends there took me out clubbingon one of
On a more serious note, does anyone know of/use any good WYSIWYG tools
for OS/2 Help? A program called UniversalHelp used to make the claim
of both Windows and OS/2 Help, but I don't see it advertised anymore.
Information Developer, IBM
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