Monday, September 24, 2007

And this, by the by, is a title

In the context of a meeting about e-mail policy, the following sentence was uttered: "And if the e-mail pertains to a particular topic, you can put that topic in the subject line to avoid confusion."

Got it. Thanks.


Blogger The Modesto Kid said...

Was there any discussion of what a "subject line" is or how to access that feature in the major e-mail clients? Otherwise they are taking a lot for granted.

25/9/07 7:44 AM  
Anonymous heebie-geebie said...

I had a colleague ask me if I thought she'd be able to find any cute videos of cats on YouTube. I told her, yes, she should have no problem.

25/9/07 10:23 AM  
Blogger Thomas said...

and did they explain that series of letters and symbols with an @ in the middle?

25/9/07 12:09 PM  
Blogger The Modesto Kid said...

Wow! Your site's font renders the "at" symbol in a really cool way!

25/9/07 2:33 PM  
Blogger Stanley said...

TMK: do you mean on this page or on the generic Blogspot comments page?

25/9/07 2:35 PM  
Blogger bitchphd said...

Cute videos of cats? Where?!?

25/9/07 3:57 PM  
Blogger The Modesto Kid said...

Stanley: I mean on the page I'm looking at now, which is the generic Blogspot comments page. They put a little cap on the 'a' inside the circle, as if it were an 'a' in some regular font like Times New Roman, which I have never seen done; I always see the 'a' as just a little circle, like how it is on your archive page that you linked.

25/9/07 4:45 PM  
Blogger The Modesto Kid said...


25/9/07 4:46 PM  
Blogger Stanley said...

I support your font-geekery and agree with your analysis. Woo! Typefaces!

25/9/07 4:54 PM  
Blogger The Neoskeptic said...

TMK and Stanley: serif, or sans-serif?


26/9/07 9:29 AM  
Blogger Stanley said...

San-serif for titles; serif for body text. C'mon, neoskeptic: no trolling. Heh.

26/9/07 9:34 AM  

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