There is no spelling in spoken language, no punctuation. It's much simpler in that way. It occupies a natural place. How much of the rigidity of written language is an attempt to imitate the aural qualities of spoken language in a medium where they don't mean anything? Perhaps written language could be, should be freed from unnecessary ties to spoken language. Or maybe not. Maybe I'm just over-thinking things again. I tend to do that.
If you right-click (or smirk and click, if you're a Mac user) on any photo in the new version of Firefox, you have the option to place that photo across the sky. You can tile it or stretch it or just center it, but you cannot see it from the ground if you center it. It will be too small. If you Ctrl-right-click on a picture in the new Firefox (or eye-roll and click, if you're a Mac user) you can choose to step into the picture and live out the rest of your life there. I've been doing this all day with various pictures. Mostly it has been disappointing.
Don't even get me started on sign language.
Hello, friends. I trust you're well. No?