The coolest place on the internet, according to this tagline.
AskArchiveFAQ

November 20, 2012
Lotus, 3-2-1.
According to Time’s Harry McCracken, the Lotus brand, long associated with the early era of the PC and owned by IBM, will be retired as of the next version of the two still-active flagship apps it was associated with, Notes and Domino. But if you’re not a business computing user, you know them from their once-best-of-class spreadsheet program, Lotus 1-2-3, considered the PC’s first “killer app.” *sigh* *singletear*

Lotus, 3-2-1.

According to Time’s Harry McCracken, the Lotus brand, long associated with the early era of the PC and owned by IBM, will be retired as of the next version of the two still-active flagship apps it was associated with, Notes and Domino. But if you’re not a business computing user, you know them from their once-best-of-class spreadsheet program, Lotus 1-2-3, considered the PC’s first “killer app.” *sigh* *singletear*

19:16 // 1 year ago