Putting Unicode to Work

From: djinn (djinn@sasktel.net)
Date: Thu Jul 17 2003 - 21:36:12 EDT

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    Although some list members may already be aware of these pages, because
    there are still very few web sites today that present text using a
    variety of Unicode ranges for purposes other than 'display testing', I
    thought the entire list should know about the "Unicode" pages on the Hot
    Peach Pages/EarthWords site:

    1. Languages A to I (http://www.hotpeachpages.net/lang/indexu.html)
    2. Languages J to Z (http://www.hotpeachpages.net/lang/index2u.html)
    3. Quick definition of DV (http://www.hotpeachpages.net/lang/defnu.html)

    (There is also an information page about how to 'access' Unicode at

    This non-profit web site was intended as an international resource from
    its inception, and has recently incorporated "Unicode" in order to
    further that goal. Of the millions of web sites on the internet, it may
    in fact be 'the' one that currently makes the most use of Unicode ranges
    in furtherance of 'non-whimsical', 'non-technical' purposes.

    Any suggestions for improvement would be welcomed.

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