MUFFIN (was Apple II (clone) booting)

David Griffith dgriffi at cs.csubak.edu
Thu Oct 4 14:50:28 CDT 2007


On Thu, 4 Oct 2007, Tim Shoppa wrote:

> ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk (Tony Duell) wrote:
>
> > > MUFFIN, good question. It's a somewhat symmetrical yet assymetrical
> > > word, maybe suited for a conversion utility, and also fitting
> > > in the vague pattern of food-like words for Apple software tools?
> >
> > I thnik 'MUFFIN' was the only food-named progam I came across, what were
> > the others?
>
> AppleSOS, Sweet 16, and a food-named 6502 assembler whose name
> is just barely escaping me :-).
>
> Nibble was a famous Apple II magazine.
>
> I wanted to quote Bagle Brothers but it was really Beagle Brothers :-).

Stuff from Interplay frequently had files named BURGER which had something
to do with a programmer so nicknamed.

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