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-> > Okay, I'm changing channels here. Someone told me that it's okay
-> > to call PCMCIA cards simply "PC cards" now. It certainly is
-> > easier. Anybody else heard this yet?
-> I would definitely _not_ do that. To me "PC card" means any card or
-> board that goes in a slot on an IBM-PC-compatible computer. If PCMCIA
-> can be shortened into something other than PC, I wouldn't protest.
Nevertheless, as of Windows 95, "PC card" is now the 'official' way to
refer to PCMCIA (People Can't Memorize Computer Industry Acronyms)
cards, for self-evident reasons <g>