richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Mon Sep 20 15:17:17 EDT 2010
On 09/20/2010 10:13 PM, DunbarX at aol.com wrote:
> This was a thead a while ago. What to call the language. I also prefer
> "transcript". It sounds grown-up, professional, even. Something "hypertalk"
> lacked; which always seemed, well, not grown-up.
> I hope that the product name change (never mind the far less critical
> language name) is well considered, and brings simplicity and success.
A name change normally signals a new direction, a break with the past,
continuity building on established foundations. One wonders, in that
well considered the name change is; unless, of course, the "Company formally
known as Runtime Revolution" is doing a Hot Black DeSatio ????
> Craig Newman
> In a message dated 9/20/10 2:28:49 PM, shadow.slash at yahoo.com writes:
>> I personally prefer it to be called Transcript though.because it just
>> sounds unique and the sort. Plus SourceForge has officially accepted it as one
>> of the programming languages around. And they call it Transcript. So I say
>> and pick Transcript! :)
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