Re: Tabs and tabs and red and green...

Subject: Re: Tabs and tabs and red and green...
From: Jack Shaw <jsh -at- SOFTWARE-AG -dot- DE>
Date: Fri, 12 Apr 1996 15:48:31 -0700

Tab (the key): the tabulator (table-izing) key for mechanical
positioning of a writing/typing mechanism (typewriter, linotype,
etc.).

Tab (the things sticking up/out on the Rollodex on Grandpa's desk):
previously referred to as "thumb tabs" for those of us who are all...


As for red vs. green, research and maybe even your last driver's
license examination has indicated that it is the most common form
of color blindness, particularly for passive (non-backlighted or
non-illuminated) red and green colors. In various degrees, this
form of color blindness affects over 60% of the male population
and a pretty hefty number of the genetically advantaged sex as well.

And no, it's not a defensible argument in traffic court...

So stay out of the green-light districts as well, gentlemen.

Yours,

Jack Shaw


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