From: Carl W. Brown (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 29 2003 - 10:28:45 EDT
> From: "Carl W. Brown" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > It looks to me like UNCODE. Has the UN has taken a rode in
> globalization? Maybe the web page has no scripting but is still savvy.
> Wrong! You strip the very visible dot from the i letter, you also
> refse to see that there's a ligature between the U and N. If you
> look at this unique ligature, accept also the ligature between
> the N and i. So the trigram "UNi" must be considered as a whole,
> and a distinctive mark or symbol, unique to Unicode. This unique
> design belongs to the category of logos, and is used since decenials.
Against the white of the normal Unicode logo the dot shows. But make it smaller and add a colored background that the dot is very hard to see.
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