Re: Death to Caps Lock?
Probably not, but a group wants the caps lock key removed from keyboards.
I believe they'll solve the crisis in the Middle East right after they accomplish that goal. :-)
"The Caps key is an abomination," Hintjens writes on his blog. "It's a huge key,
stuck right there where the Ctrl used to be, and as far as I know, it's only used
by 419 scammers and Fortran programmers."
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