Administrator Robert Fowkes has written an HTF wiki on improper grammar usage. A couple of points intrigue me. The first is his use of a capital "I" when describing the internet. While this has become an interesting topic of discussion among grammarians, I fall on the side of the argument that even though the word has evolved into a noun which refers to a specific thing, the English language doesn't currently capitalize similar nouns such as radio and television. We wouldn't say: "Yes, Television can be a wonderful place..." The other involves the "quote/unquote" issue. It was always my belief that, rather than "unquote" the term was "endquote" to match the name of the second quotation mark used to close the quoted material. I think the evolution of the term to "unquote" is just another example of the sloppy diction/hearing which is responsible for my biggest grammatical pet peeve currently in vogue on the HTF: "of" in place of "have." An example: "I 'should of' written that sentence differently so that I 'might of' had a funner time making my point." It seems to be showing up more and more often across the boards.