Definitions of Its

  1. Possessive form of the pronoun it. See It. Webster Dictionary DB
  2. The possessive case of the pronoun it; pertaining to a thing. The Winston Simplified Dictionary. By William Dodge Lewis, Edgar Arthur Singer. Published 1919.
  3. The possessive of IT. The american dictionary of the english language. By Daniel Lyons. Published 1899.
  4. Possessive case of IT. Prom. The Concise Standard Dictionary of the English Language. By James Champlin Fernald. Published 1919.
  5. 1. Incompatible time-sharing SystemAn influential but highly idiosyncratic operating systemwritten for the PDP-6 and PDP-10 at MIT and long used atthe MIT AI Lab. Much AI-hacker jargon derives from ITSfolklore, and to have been "an ITS hacker" qualifies oneinstantly as an old-timer of the most venerable sort. ITSpioneered many important innovations, including transparentfile sharing between machines and terminal-independent I/O.After about 1982, most actual work was shifted to newermachines, with the remaining ITS boxes run essentially as ahobby and service to the hacker community. The shutdown ofthe lab's last ITS machine in May 1990 marked the end of anera and sent old-time hackers into mourning nationwide (seehigh moby). The Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden ismaintaining one "live" ITS site at its computer museum (rightnext to the only TOPS-10 system still on the Internet), soITS is still alleged to hold the record for OS in longestcontinuous use (however, WAITS is a credible rival for thispalm).2. A mythical image of operating system perfection worshipedby a bizarre, fervent retro-cult of old-time hackers andex-users (see troglodyte). ITS worshipers manage somehow tocontinue believing that an OS maintained by assemblylanguage hand-hacking that supported only monocase6-character filenames in one directory per account remainssuperior to today's state of commercial art (their venomagainst Unix is particularly intense).See also holy wars, Weenix. foldoc_fs
  6. its, poss. pron. the possessive of it. [The old form was his, its not being older than the end of the 16th century. Its does not occur in the English Bible of 1611, or in Spenser, rarely in Shakespeare, and is not common until the time of Dryden.] gutenberg.org/ebooks/37683
  7. See IT. Concise Oxford Dictionary

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