An MS-DOS personal computer that was
manufactured in Kanata (near Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) in the mid-1980s. It received considerable government subsidies and, while it was considered well-designed and manufactured and a
real threat to the Compaq Portable, the Ottawa firm that designed it was unable to beat Compaq.
Man, I was looking though some of my dad's old boxes in the basement yesterday, and I found this old computer called a HYPERION.
Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis is a term used to describe a form of a miners' disease (silicosis) caused by extremely small volcanic (or silica) dust.
Bill mined near a volcano in Arizona for thirty years, and now he's got some wicked-ass Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis!