A little while ago, they announced a new initiative called XDocs that will be incorporated in the next version of MS Office. Today that renamed that initiative « InfoPath »
With the name XDocs, it was clear that this was a document-related technology. The leading capital «X» has a lot of connotations associated with it (extreme, extensible, XML, generic unknown quantity, ActiveX/CaptiveX, etc.) that impart the idea that this is somehow a different kind of document.
The name «InfoPath» says less than nothing. To a tech savvy audience (XML-friendly hackers), this name is actually counterproductive: it has nothing to do with either XPath or the XML InfoSet, the two ideas that come to mind most easily. They would have been better off by randomly combining two words from
Of course, Microsoft doesn't care. If they had wanted to hear my opinion, they would have given it to me first.
 Actual output from this script:
open(my $fh, "grep '^....\$'
chomp(my @w = <$fh>);
print $w[rand @w] . $w[rand @w] for(1..20);