Wednesday, September 24, 2008

24 ’Elul 5768: National Punctuation Day/World Day Against Software Patents


Relevant to one of today’s quasi-holidays: Stop software patents.

Worthy causes of the day: “Save Downpayment Assistance Programs” and “Tell the EPA to Stand Strong on the Carbofuran Ban!”

Today’s news and commentary:Today’s weird thing is the Interrobang (‽). I know, some of you out there are saying, “Aaron chose a punctuation mark for the weird thing of the day‽ Is he completely insane‽” But it is National Punctuation Day, and the interrobang is probably the most famous weird punctuation mark, barring emoticons. Enjoy and share the weirdness.

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