[SOLVED] Re: html on Fedora -- looking for "where to go"

Ed Greshko Ed.Greshko at greshko.com
Wed Aug 10 09:10:58 UTC 2011

Roberto Ragusa <mail at robertoragusa.it> wrote:

>On 08/10/2011 08:37 AM, Tim wrote:
>> The shift key is a necessary evil, but it's beyond the comprehension
>> some people.  They don't understand how to type various symbols, or
>> even recognise what some of them are.  And just look at the emails
>> you'll see that are written in all lower case, or with the caps lock
>> stuck on.  Leading to another problem - some people can't comprehend
>> difference between caps lock and shift.
>The content of their mail is probably not too interesting. :-)
>I mean, begin unable to type proper upper/lowercase and punctuation
>is well correlated with having confused or trivial ideas.
>In that sense, a mail address such as _0oO-i_1lL at example.com could be
>a sort of spam defense... :-)
>(I hate being politically correct)

Does that include giving a certain amount of leeway to folks whose first written language doesn't consist of an "alphabet"?  :-)

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