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I believe that bird was actually a brain-child of IBM. You'll notice it
was quickly dropped.
In article <199601281852 -dot- NAA30160 -at- nacs -dot- net>, Stan Brown <stbrown -at- nacs -dot- net>
> I think back to a Microsoft manual for, I think, the upgrade version
> of DOS 6. It was chock full of cartoon-like drawings of a bird.