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Re: OT: Use of CAPITALS in Posts


From: "Perry Dyer" <pdyer@flash.net>

AND, tHe CaPs giVE  me A hEadAChe.

Oh dear, I think I've made one-too-many crosses this week.  But when the
season is glorious, it's hard to resist!

Perry Dyer
Blanchard, OK

>
>Are those of you who hae started using all upper case letters in your posts
>aware of the fact that it is considered very rude to do so in
>e-correspondence? This is a longstanding etiquette rule of the internet
>community. All caps is understood to be the equivalent of shouting at
people.
>Furthermore, it gets hard to read for more than just one or two rare words
of
>emphasis.
>
>Anner Whitehead
>HIPSource@aol.com



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