Seems a good time--with a new section for spagging being started--to bring up the subject of punctuation, or the lack thereof. I believe the trend toward no punctuation to be an evolvement of internet abbreviation for the sake of space and time savings. I am not opposed to such language changes for those purposes. Still, the reader of great works finds value in the genius usage of the language. I do not find genius in 'whatever' usage. I know that language and acceptance of changes occur through time and even creativity, but I also believe that these changes should evolve with creativity, not on whims. What's next? We already truncate words to save space and time while forsaking the beauty of words. No, I don't advocate a return to Elizabethan English, but I do advocate knowing how to read it. Why else would scholars continue to study Latin? I just hope that creators of literature will not rush to abandon all rules of usage for the sake of utility. Hmm. How many tweeters use the word 'utility?'