On May 25, 5:19*pm, "David H. Lipman" <DLipman~nosp...@Verizon.Net>
> From: "Globemaker" <alanfolms...@cabanova.com>
> > Additional notes:
> > I tried to fix the problem by posting UTF-32 codepoints directly into
> > the blogspot. I verified that the values were near & # 73728. But the
> > next day, they had all been changed to UTF-16. What next? Will those
> > UTF-16 pairs of 16 bit integers be replaced by single & # 65533
> > question marks again? I expect so. As a separate test, I have posted
> > Cuneiform Unicode to Wordpress to see if it is uncensored there.
> Besides setting up your OWN webv site, here is a simple solution.
> Instead of posting the text in UTF-32 codepoints directly, post a graphicof the paragraph
> of the text represented in UTF-32 codepoints.
> BTW: *I don't think the word "censorship" is apropos in this situation.
> Multi-AV Scanning Tool -http://www.pctipp.ch/downloads/dl/35905.asp
Unicode 6.0 is intended to let all character sets from many cultures
be displayed on most computers. I am working to confirm that for
Cuneiform, the original alphabet of Iraq. As an alternative to
Unicode, I could make a jpeg image of clay tablets I prepare with a
This may not be appropriate to call this Censorship, when an American
superpower corporation destroys the writings of Iraq. A better
description instead of censorship might be patriotism. Or maybe this
is a heroic effort to make the world safe for Anglophiles by deleting
Cuneiform Iraqi files. Imagine how this deletion of my Unicode code
points for Cuneiform may have occurred: Bush is sitting in his bunker
in Crawford Texas glued to his plasma monitor, scouring the websites
of the world with robotic killer code, unleashing programmatic ethnic
cleansing to provide a Uniform character set instead of Unicode
varieties for which there may be a 1% chance of malicious intent.
Yes, you are right, an image of Cuneiform may be more secure from such