Webopedia Cool Terms of The Day: Want some chips and salsa?
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"chips and salsa: Slang term used to mean hardware and
"burp: The term used to describe the resetting of any computer
equipment to restore network functionality, such as the router.
Burp is also used to describe a router losing a packet. May also be
called a network burp or hiccup."
"liveware: A slang term used to denote people using (attached
to) computers, and is based on the need for a human, or liveware,
to operate the system using hardware and software. Other words
meaning the same or similar to liveware include wetware, meatware
and jellyware. Meatware and jellyware are most often used by
internal customer support personnel as slang terms when referencing
human operating errors."