Team Software Process, a framework for producing software products
Telecommunications service provider, telecommunications company
Telephony Service Provider, software interface to telephony device
Time Stamp Protocol, cryptographic protocol
Titanium sublimation pump, a type of vacuum pump
Touch Screen Panel
Touch Screen Pen
Trailer stability program, extension of vehicle Electronic Stability
Transit signal priority, name for various techniques to speed up bus
Transport Sample Protocol, open source protocol for sampling data
Travelling salesman problem, challenging mathematical problem
Trimethylsilyl-2,2,3,3-tetradeuteropropionic acid, derivative of
Trisodium phosphate, chemical compound often used as a household cleaner
Tropical spastic paraparesis
TSP (econometrics software), programming language for the estimation
and simulation of econometric models
Tunnel Setup Protocol, protocol used to negotiate IP tunnels between a
TSP client and a TSP server
Dave - The Medway Handyman www.medwayhandyman.co.uk
Toilet Stinky Paper?
When I was a kid, that's what STP meant, Stinky Toilet Paper. Two
generations later, I have learned that STP is Scientifically Treated
Petroleum. I'll probably learn what TSP means, in another generation.
Christopher A. Young
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Or Terribly Silly Page.
or if you were in the right circles, in meant 'Serenity Tranquillity and
Peace - a really nasty heavy duty psychedelic.
"Back in the 60's substance DOM (2,5-Dimethoxy-4-methylamphetamine) was
referred to as STP.
"This compound, unbeknownst to me, was scattered widely and plentifully
in the heyday of the Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco, in mid-1967. It
was distributed under the name STP, which was said to stand for
Serenity, Tranquility, and Peace. It was also claimed to represent Super
Terrific Psychedelic, or Stop The Police. The police called it: Too
Stupid to Puke. Actually, the name was taken from the initials of a
motor additive which was completely unrelated chemically. Incredibly,
and sadly, one of the avowed experts in the area of the "sensuous drugs"
actually stated that STP, the motor oil additive, was really one and the
same as STP, the highly dangerous psychedelic. The motor oil additive,
he wrote in a book of his, had properties somewhat related to those of
LSD, mescaline, and the amphetamines. How fortunate that the love
children of the time didn't do much reading, for they might have gotten
into yet deeper pharmacological troubles with drug raids on the local
To people who know nothing, anything is possible.
To people who know too much, it is a sad fact
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