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Old 28 October 2005, 00:50   #18
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This old article from 1989 backs old-computers.com's statement up

http://www.atarimagazines.com/startv4n5/the_future.html

This site, however, lists ST denoting SixTeen and TT denoting ThirtyTwo. It sounds reasonable (since the '030 is a 32-bit processor), unless Jack had another son/daughter whose name starts with T

http://www.atari7800.com/frames/docu...rticles_10.htm

I didn't get any solid hits in google results for "ST stands for Sam Tramiel", instead I got these two at the top and some more. But I didn't follow all the links, of course.

Ooh, who will bring clarity to this issue??? :P

I wanna find out, coz I'm an occasional visitor to old-computers.com and if they're wrong I'd ask them to correct any mistakes. I want the history of computing to be accurate!
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