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Possible Answers: STIR.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 20 Feb 2018, Tuesday
Random information on the term “Mix”:
MIX is a hypothetical computer used in Donald Knuth’s monograph, The Art of Computer Programming (TAOCP). MIX’s model number is 1009, which was derived by combining the model numbers and names of several contemporaneous, commercial machines deemed significant by the author. (“MIX” also represents the value 1009 in Roman numerals.)
The 1960s-era MIX has since been superseded by a new (also hypothetical) computer architecture, MMIX, to be incorporated in forthcoming editions of TAOCP. Software implementations for both the MIX and MMIX architectures have been developed by Knuth and made freely available (named “MIXware” and “MMIXware”, respectively).
Several derivatives of Knuth’s MIX/MMIX emulators also exist. GNU MDK is one such software package; it is free and runs on a wide variety of platforms.
Their purpose for education is quite similar to John L. Hennessy’s and David A. Patterson’s DLX architecture, from Computer Organization and Design – The Hardware Software Interface.
Random information on the term “STIR”:
Stir, also referred to as StirTV, Stir TV and Stir-TV, was the first nationally distributed Asian American television show. Produced by former A. Magazine publisher Jeff Yang in collaboration with KTSF producers Ashley Hathaway and David Baker, the 30-minute show aired on the International Channel for two seasons from December 2004-2005. The magazine-style program, which targeted viewers aged 18–25, was hosted by Tony Wang, a Chinese American corporate lawyer; Sabrina Shimada, a Japanese-German American high school student; Brian Tong, a Chinese-American Apple computer salesman; and Jeannie Mai, a Vietnamese-Chinese American makeup artist.
The show was nominated for an Emmy in 2005 for Episode #1 in the Children/Youth Program category.