The graveyard of E

23 August 2007


A Blue Perspective: The graveyard of E

Here lies "e".

Faithful letter, loving vowel, and caring brother to "a", "i", "o" and "u".

You were too beautiful for this digital world.

e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e


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    Bojan Janjanin commented on 23 August 2007 @ 03:31

    Heh, this is really cool. Never knew so many people buried the "e".

  2. 2/18

    David commented on 23 August 2007 @ 05:56

    So when do you become "The Man in Blu"?

  3. 3/18

    huphtur commented on 23 August 2007 @ 07:07

    Everything Starts with an E.

  4. 4/18

    Jeff commented on 23 August 2007 @ 07:19


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    Tomek commented on 23 August 2007 @ 11:14

    What does it mean? It looks like scrabble! It look also mystery...

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    Ben commented on 23 August 2007 @ 12:36

    Hh. Lov it! Vry funny. So tru!

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    The Man in Blue commented on 23 August 2007 @ 12:41

    @Ben: LOL

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    Mountain/\Ash commented on 23 August 2007 @ 13:09

    Now there's just one blue 'e' that we really need to get rid of. One that could be said to be holding the "digital world" back. The one that causes standards savvy developer's to pull there hair out. The one that's forced on every Windows user by default.

    I long for the day that that 'e' grows-up or gives-up.

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    Diana commented on 23 August 2007 @ 14:21

    I like the alt tags!

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    Maxine Sherrin commented on 23 August 2007 @ 15:50

    Hah, that is *cute*. It's made me think of this book I read by this French author called Georges Perec - the English translation is called A Void Anyway, it was one of those excrucitating postmodern projects - the whole purpose of the exercise was to write a novel without using the letter "e". No, the English translation has no "e"s either. Can't vouch for the Russian one...

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    Juice10 commented on 23 August 2007 @ 23:46

    Here is a notherone for ya:

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    Andrew commented on 24 August 2007 @ 02:02

    Ha! It must be everyone trying to shed the e-something brands from the dotcom bubble. I guess we overused it, took it for granted and now to be fresh, we must remove it!

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    Unfolder commented on 24 August 2007 @ 22:35

    ... didn't you forget his sister "y" ?

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    Priscilla commented on 25 August 2007 @ 05:37

    Good idea Cam, love the way you've presented it. Who started the trend, do you think?

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    dirbuzz commented on 25 August 2007 @ 21:24

    we actually added E to the commerce :)

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    Jake commented on 28 August 2007 @ 03:03

    "e" is the letter for internet bussines!

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    Frank commented on 29 August 2007 @ 23:32

    Don't remind me about the book without 'e', I'm still getting over the trauma!! LOL

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    Shaali commented on 30 August 2007 @ 12:26

    E is too hot but since am a mozilla bitch (Fox) that says "I hate the blue e" so do i.
    Only looks appealing in the digital world.
    my bad i was referring to Internet Explorer:P

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