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I like the CDP1802's programming model much more than anything that has Intel in its ancestry
It's a major wonder Intel didn't kill themselves off with the whole memory model sh*t-show in the 8086 and its successors. I spent more brain cells than I could afford debugging segmentation issues in those days.
Intel was excellent at only one thing: Expanding their architecture to 8 bits, then to 16 bits and beyond while maintaining backward compatibility. Motorola had a chance with their 68k processors, but they could never catch up to Intel by that time.
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
His last invention was an evil Lasagna. It didn't kill anyone, and it actually tasted pretty good.
It's not my area of expertise (caring about the royal family), but I believe it was a well known nickname of hers: "Princess Di".
Or perhaps it's just a case of Chinese Whispers, and "Di" was simply the last thing her wicked stepmother shouted at her before she left for France. The butler must have overheard this, and naturally figured it was a nickname.
I see your confusion though, it's not an obvious one if you aren't familiar with her.