Monday, August 10, 2009

you know, "log off"


Elida writes, "Saw this in a hospital that I work in periodically. The note was on a laptop station that I was working on. As an employee in the IT department, i sincerely hope they understand the importance of actually logging off."

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Random capitals FTL.

WV: sitings -- There's been an increase in sitings of misused quotation marks.

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Mark said...

I wonder why logging off requires quotation marks , but logging on does not.Oddly enough, whereas inappropriate quotation marks are seemingly supplied here for emphasis ,as they usually are, this one also employs the more appropriate techniques of block capitals and underlining.