Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of processor.

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Examples

  • It may also dim the prospects for "cloud-based" computing under which users are increasingly encouraged to store their data online and even to jettison the word processors and other programs in their PCs for software residing on remote servers.

    Data Caps as the Least Bad Answer

  • Political writers who don't face reality should -- well, I was going to say "hang up their word processors," but that's a terrible metaphor.

    The Tea Party and me

  • Others, like me, can support ebooks and the vast potential they have to change the industry and world for the better, yet still feel a sense of loss both for themselves and those currently toiling away at their word processors, unsure whether they'll have a chance to have their heart leap for joy they way they always dreamed.

    Jason Pinter: How Will Ebooks Change the Author Experience?

  • Others, like me, can support ebooks and the vast potential they have to change the industry and world for the better, yet still feel a sense of loss both for themselves and those currently toiling away at their word processors, unsure whether they'll have a chance to have their heart leap for joy they way they always dreamed.

    Jason Pinter: How Will Ebooks Change the Author Experience?

  • Others, like me, can support ebooks and the vast potential they have to change the industry and world for the better, yet still feel a sense of loss both for themselves and those currently toiling away at their word processors, unsure whether they'll have a chance to have their heart leap for joy they way they always dreamed.

    Jason Pinter: How Will Ebooks Change the Author Experience?

  • Others, like me, can support ebooks and the vast potential they have to change the industry and world for the better, yet still feel a sense of loss both for themselves and those currently toiling away at their word processors, unsure whether they'll have a chance to have their heart leap for joy they way they always dreamed.

    Jason Pinter: How Will Ebooks Change the Author Experience?

  • Others, like me, can support ebooks and the vast potential they have to change the industry and world for the better, yet still feel a sense of loss both for themselves and those currently toiling away at their word processors, unsure whether they'll have a chance to have their heart leap for joy they way they always dreamed.

    Jason Pinter: How Will Ebooks Change the Author Experience?

  • To those who compensated for my computer illiteracy by being my word processors.

    Staying Tuned

  • To those who compensated for my computer illiteracy by being my word processors.

    Staying Tuned

  • To those who compensated for my computer illiteracy by being my word processors.

    Staying Tuned

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