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Subject:Definition of TWAIN From:Larry Grinnell <eq501lg -at- PTS -dot- MOT -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 5 Apr 1995 07:49:13 EDT
I recall reading this someplace, but don't remember exactly where. Apparently
HP, Adobe, and others decided to get cute by defining their new standard as:
"Technology Without An Interesting Name"
Well, at least that's how I heard it!
Motorola, Inc., Paging Products Group
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