[Air-L] Information wants to be ASCII or Unicode? Tibetan-written information cannot be ASCII anyway.

Nicholas John nikjohn at gmail.com
Thu Jul 16 21:54:54 PDT 2009

The case of Hebrew and Unicode is an interesting one, as it created
surprising alliances and cooperation between Israeli and Arab computer
scientists. After all, Hebrew and Arabic share pretty much the same problems
when it comes to putting them on a computer screen.
I wrote a chapter about this for my PhD, which, if you really want, you can
see at http://www.sociothink.com/chap6.html.

Dr. Nicholas John

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