From: John Hudson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Apr 27 2003 - 22:02:38 EDT
At 06:13 PM 4/27/2003, Adam Twardoch wrote:
>The habit of "titlecasing" i.e. capitalizing first letters
>of each word in a title, is specific to only few languages, e.g. English.
And it is a much more common practice in North America than in other
English-speaking countries, including the UK. When I was typesetting
_Language Culture Type_, the American editor opted not to capitalise every
word of each essay title in deference to the international nature of the
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