Re: [OT] "Www" as an internet riddle

From: Anto'nio Martins-Tuva'lkin (
Date: Thu Nov 20 2003 - 11:27:38 EST

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    On 2003.11.17, 23:26, Philippe Verdy <> wrote:

    >> that joint supports no POP3/SMTP access, only webbrowsing.
    > For such a crazy ISP,

    But it is not an ISP (Internet Service Provider), just an internet café
    (a place where you have terminals connected to the web where you can
    surf for a fee and optionally drink coffee at the same time -- no sugar
    to keep the keeboards unsticky...). They should call these web cafés

    > the best symbol for it should just be:

    Greatest idea for a sign or logo of such a place where you *cannot*
    access your IMAP or POP3 account: U+0040 U+20E0 ;-)

    BTW: Would it be OK to have something like "U+0040<red>U+20E0</red>"?
    (And was the single serious part of this message.)

    Anyway, on Mon, 17 Nov 2003 13:32:05 -0800 (PST), Kenneth Whistler
    <> wrote:

    > Of course, you could also suggest to your friend U+02AC with a
    > "double-u" above: <02AC, 0367, 0367>

    Or perhaps U+0040 U+036E U+036E...
    Or, even better, U+0040 U+030B U+030F... ;-)

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