5 thoughts on “Sarcasm punctuation mark aims to put an end to email confusion

  1. I notice that they’ve trademarked “Sarkmark” as well as applied for a patent on the idea. I’m almost certain that there exists prior art for the “invention” of sarcasm, but that’s just one more example of the sad state of affairs in intellectual property protection.

  2. Interesting idea. It will be intersting to see if it catches on. I’m not a fan of changing the way we write English. Sarcasm has always been something that you read between the lines, I think an obvious mark, ruins the effect. Don’t you?

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