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On Oct 5, 2009, at 2:52 PM, David Given wrote:

Right now I'm working on site in Korea.

Trust me, forcing identifiers to be ASCII *in no way helps* cross- border communication.

So... how is your Korean coming along?

Ironically, looking at, hmmm, a typical Korean site such as the one from the Blue House, every single link seems to be in plain, old US- ASCII:

Ditto for the Japanese, e.g. the Imperial Household Agency:

Ditto for the Chinese:

Ditto for the Javascript code code associated with the above site:

Go figure. Perhaps US-ASCII is the lingua franca of programming.