[Edu-sig] More about unicode...

kirby urner kirby.urner at gmail.com
Mon Sep 17 20:08:14 CEST 2007

The kinds of lesson plans I'm collecting involve storing
proper names in their native / home languages, with
round trips twixt browser front ends and SQL back ends,
Python a controller.

It's especially reassuring, when you're in some foreign
country on a hospital bed, in the care of strangers, when
you see your own name is at least spelled correctly in
the right character set on the monitors, along with all
those colorful graphs and whatever (beep beep....).

Means maybe they're used to multiple cultures, are
worldly wise and well funded?

Savvy hospitals probably attract top doctors?

Maybe this is like a Federation Starship or something?


"I think he needs more meds doctors..."

[ scene goes dark ].


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