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Old 06-20-2003, 10:03 PM   #1
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From my TechTV newsletter...

And Now, A Word From Mr. David Prager

Today's show is all about the FAQ.

F-A-Q is one of the most commonly recognized acronyms out there. And no, I don't mean Fair Average Quality, or even First Article Qualification. As Acronymfinder.com tells me, those terms are also represented by the acronym "FAQ." We're going with "Frequently Asked Questions."

F-A-Q is also apparently very geeky. I went searching for the most popular FAQ's, as ranked by Google and the top ones included topics about the Web, Internet consortium, XML, and Windows NT/2000. Hmmm... something is fishy about the Web. The top FAQ's I find on the Web are about the Web. The first non-computer related FAQ I found is all about Aikido, a martial art.

Anyway, here on 'The Screen Savers,' one of the things we specialize in is answering questions. In fact, the questions we get asked the most are those that are also most frequently asked... go figure. So for today's show, we decided we'd put together our own FAQ and do a countdown from 5 to 1: the most commonly asked questions we get.

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I don't think it's odd that they found aikidofaq, but that they actually mentioned it. Hmm.

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Old 06-21-2003, 10:23 AM   #2
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Heh -- that's pretty neat. Congratulations to Kjartan for a "near-mention" (or an "indirect-mention")!

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