Kevin Cheng  

The Letter C

December 7th, 2003 by Kevin Cheng :: see related comic

Y’know, this has been sent around left right and senter and it’s quite old but I feel like it’s our sivik duty to mention it on OK/Kancel.

Jakob Nielsen deklares the letter “C” unusable

4 Responses to “The Letter C”
Tom Chi wrote:

That’s really funny. I almost went in and korrected your ‘typos’, but then I realized that the letter C was “95% bad”. Rokk on!

Matthew wrote:

I would like to thank you for making your RSS feeds more “usable” by linking to the comic itself. The missing link had bothered me and i’m glad to see its there.

Moi wrote:

“Nielsen goes on to address the “CH” issue, “Once we deprecate ‘X’ to no longer include the ‘Z’ sound property, it will be a prime candidate to take the ‘C’ place in the ‘CH’ sound”

Who is going to tell the Swiss?

Derek wrote:

Actually this has been floating around for more than a hundred years. See Mark Twain’s plan for the improvement of english spelling:

http://www.i18nguy.com/twain.html


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