Sip of the Day – Windows 8: Launching Apps, Past and Present

Sip of the DayWindows 8: Launching Apps, Past and Present

Titera’s Tidbit: Coachella
This California desert city was once called Conchilla, meaning “little seashell”, so called because little shells could be found scattered across the landscape, once a seafloor. In 1909, a cartographer working on a survey crew misread the name and entered it on the San Jacinto atlas sheet as “Coachella”. Some residents objected that the name had no meaning, but others considered it “unique, distrinctive, and euphonious”, and it was soon made official.

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