Watch out, :-)
Stand aside, j/k.
There's a new kind of punctuation in town and it wants sarcasm for its own.
Launched last week by Washington, Mich.-based Sarcasm, Inc., the SarcMark wants to be the official symbol for sarcasm in electronic communication.
Forget the makeshift emoticons and abbreviations we use now to denote sarcasm, the father-son company behind the SarcMark says "equal rights for sarcasm."
"Questions have the question mark, exclamations have the exclamation point," said...Full Story