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OT-Chat: Use of Capitals.

From: "Mark A. Cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

I was off list for a couple weeks, but am back for now.  I looked 
in the daily digests and saw a discussion concering the use of capital 
     Anner is correct in saying that it is the equivilant of shouting, 
and thus is considered rude.  Also that using it for the name of Iris 
varieties is OK.  
     I am on the official Daylily e-mail Robin.  There, they request 
that the names of Daylilies be in all capitals, for instance to 
distinguish between Bill Watson the man, and BILL WATSON the Daylily.
     When I mentioned Irises on this list, excluding species, I had been 
using all capitals.  Do you all think it is appropriate for this list? 
     John, as list owner, what is your opinion on this?  Thinking of 
this, although I have messed up a few times, I support continued use of 
the subject tags.

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida	[20 miles southwest of Ocala]

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