MicrOsoft: How it was!
The letter “o” in the old - 1982 - Microsoft logo had not only a unique appearance - it was stylized as a hole in a five-inch diskette - but also a proper name. The letter was called blibbet . The expression is part of urban slang and means something like a “brief annotation,” “a description expressed by a minimum of words.” In a certain situation, blibbet can also be translated as a “hint”. In the case of the logo - a hint of communication with computer disks and software.