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Contact @ (Random?)

 

You probably feel you're content not knowing more about me.

 

That's fine by me. Really.

 

But IF you feel you have a reason to contact me, put this email addy into your mail program: tricia at editus.co.uk (replace the 'at' with the usual @ of course.)

 

But that makes me ask, when did that little symbol @ become "at"?

 

And what is it really called, I wonder. It's not an "ampersand" because that is &.

 

WHAT did people use it for, before email?

 

Well, I just Googled it, and apparently it was always called "at" but it was used commercially and for numbersand prices before, and it was called the ampersat. See HERE.

 

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