[e2e] evolution of bandwidth as a term
David P. Reed
dpreed at reed.com
Fri Oct 3 08:24:21 PDT 2003
At 04:07 AM 10/3/2003, Sam Manthorpe wrote:
>If you know of someone,
>my advice is to explain to them that one word can have two different
>meanings in the English (and all) languages and try to help
>them out with their learning difficulties.
Perhaps we should use the universal pronoun, "it", for all conceptual nouns.
"Four score and seven its ago, our its brought forth on this it a new it,
conceived in it, and dedicated to the it that all its are created equal. ..."
The bright students will all get "it." And as for the uninitiated, they
didn't understand the Oracle at Delphi either.
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