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    I unabashedly love it when things have “new” in their name that are 15 years old or older. This and newLISP are some favorite examples.

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      “I went to New College at Oxford.”

      “Oh, it’s new? When did it open?”

      “…1379”

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        It’s fascinating to me that we don’t actually know how old Oxford University is. The traditional ‘founding’ date of 1096 is actually just the first year we have records of teaching taking place.

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        Or “yet another”, like YACC, when almost no one remembers what earlier compiler-compilers existed before it.

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          Windows New Technology.