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Re: [tor-talk] Presentation material in LaTeX
On 06/18/2014 05:12 PM, Joe Btfsplk wrote:
> The "why called tOR" article says,
> "/Note: even though it originally *came from an acronym,* Tor is not
> spelled "TOR"/.
> And why would that be? Other than in a kind of, "I'd now like to be
> known as _The Artist Formerly Known As Prince_" sort of way, who made up
> the rule that an acronym would have only the first letter capitalized?
> Even HAL 9000 - an "almost alive" computer - used all caps for an
> acronym. :-;
TOR is "TCP over radio" ;)
What would Tor over radio be, then?
(Other than illegal in many places, I mean.)
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