Crayola had a line of tech-themed crayons in 1997 called "Techno-Brite"
@Christian these should really be redone for accuracy. Infrared and Ultraviolet? Really? 430THz-300GHz and 800THz-30PHz respectively, which clearly isn't what the dang crayon is made of, because that would be invisible.
And then Megahertz Maroon? How friggin' many, assholes?
@Christian www.purple sounds like the domain name for a pleroma instance that everyone would block because the single user on it was wildly racist
@Christian great, now i hate Crayola. i didn't think that was possible. at least they didn't come up with an "information superhighway" colour.
@Christian you can really tell it's just, "the internet is New and Cool and let's name stuff after it!!! green.com! www.purple! on-line orange!!!"
>I don't even...
If you don't even, I hope you at least odd. Otherwise, something is very irrational here.
@Christian Uhh… ultraviolet is at the wrong end of the spectrum!? 😱
This is some kind of matter/anti-matter thing, isn't it!? 😥
@Christian Floppy yellow ??? FLOPPY yellow ???
Of all the colours floppy disks came in, yellow wasn't exactly common. Clearly these people never actually lived in the era of floppy discs. :P
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