Actually if you ignore a (different) bit in ASCII, A-Z is still the same as a-z. (ignore the bit 0x20, which amusingly enough is a space in ASCII, which extra amusingly is 40 in octal while 40 in hex is a space in EBCDIC, which is only amusing if you're amused by ASCII and EBCDIC)heh.
Article on LOL and OMG and such creeping into student essays... "Everything is shorthand," Jeff Littwin, lead English teacher at Roosevelt High…
Geschlechtsverkehr Aw, German compounds, how I love thee. (learned from watching The Lives of Others, with Dan. good movie.)