In this episode, Amanda and Dave discuss why the pronoun "I" is capitalized. They also discuss tidbits about typography, tittles and jots, and the origin of "uppercase" and "lowercase".
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As discussed in the episode, this is the Anglo-Saxon letter "thorn" in uppercase and lowercase: (Þ, þ).
We mentioned how confusing the word "minuscule" would look with no tittles, but a better example of this is the word "minimum." Check this out: https://i.imgur.com/TeXWTll.jpg .
Also, here's a link to the pictograph of "yod": http://qabalah.nz/2017/02/16/yod/ .
Check out the Greek letter "iota": https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e5/Iota_uc_lc.svg
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