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Subject:Re: State of the art From:Yvonne DeGraw <yvonne -at- SILCOM -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 1 Dec 1995 22:35:05 -0700
Scott Goodhue <sgoodhue -at- disclosure -dot- com> asks:
> The term "state of the art" has been used for some time to refer to
> the highest level of development. In your opinion, is it hackneyed?
"Totally cool" is the technical term used here in Santa Barbara (and in the
Web/Internet field in general).
Yvonne DeGraw, Technical Services o Web Authoring
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