Re: [liturgy-l] Please Explain, John
- There's still an excuse for it, as HTML text is not welcome in every
part of the Web, including many e-mail facilities such as mailing
lists. Although it may seem strange and new, it's a standard way to
emphasize a word or phrase when text attributes such as bold or italic
are not available.
On Wed, Oct 1, 2008 at 2:42 PM, Tom Poelker <TomPoelker@...> wrote:
> Maybe there was an excuse for this several years ago, but current email
> servers make all the normal font functions available and this strikes me
> as a strange new use for an established punctuation mark.
Scott R. Knitter
Edgewater, Chicago, Illinois USA
- "I don't see how moving it prevents it from turning it into a social
hour. That problem isn't caused by positioning."
St. Louis, Missouri
-- Maybe I don't
deserve God's love,
but I'm stuck with it,
so I might as well
make the most of it.