Did anyone notice the news item that The Artist Formerly Known As Prince
has gone back to simply being Prince, his contract dispute having ended?
This means, of course, that his famous personal-name logo, sometimes
used as the canonical example of the type of "idiosyncratic, personal,
novel" character that Unicode pledges not to encode, is now obsolete.
Just another reason why such logos are not suitable for encoding.
(When you read an article about Prince and immediately think of Unicode,
that's a good sign that it's time to go outside and breathe some fresh
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