Philipp Reichmuth <mailinglistenprozessor@xxxxxxx> said: > "Nova" is also the classic example of bad product naming in every > second introductory management class or textbook, because it is > usually chosen by English-speaking people without consideration for > its meaning in other languages (the bit about "no va" meaning "no go" > in Spanish, which is true). Actually, a closer match would be "don't go". If you give it some thought, it's a more positive meaning than not. "Don't go" as in "Please, don't go! Stay with us!", which is exactly what we want to accomplish with BeOS: we won't let it go. Not a chance. ;) -- Fortune Cookie Says: If you didn't get caught, did you really do it?