I'm kind of behind on a lot of technological things. One of those things is typing accent marks.
I see people write stuff all the time with nicely formated accent marks above the appropriate letters. Every time I see one of these, I think to myself, "how the heck to they do that?"
Recently I decided to put years of curiosity to rest and learn how.
A quick internet search for "how to type accent marks" resulted in a nice article from eHow.com.
In less than five minutes of my initial search I was typing accent marks like a pro! Check it out.
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Pretty good huh? I knew you would be impressed.
On a side note, is it donut or doughnut? I used to always type "doughnut", but then I realized that most stores sell "donuts". It has been difficult making this spelling transition. It is probably likely that both are acceptable forms of the word.
Furthermore, I rather like words that have variable spellings because sometimes you might be in the mood for a donut and other times you might prefer a doughnut. In conclusion...I'll spell it however the heck I want!
By way of another side note, I am currently sitting in the computer lab on campus and someone's phone just rang. The ringtone was the theme song from The A-Team. Let me say this in a way that everyone will understand, I WANT THAT RING TONE.
Also, I desperately want the Magnum PI song as a ringtone. That is all.
4 months ago