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Monday, February 24, 2014

Another punctuation mark you've never heard of: the \sartalic\.

Sartalics are backwards-leaning italics, meant to convey sarcasm or irony.

Most fonts don't have sartalic alphabets, so backslashes are sometimes used instead.

Oh, \great idea!\



Miscellany № 43: sartalics \live\!