It's been around since 2009, but "unusual projects" guy Isaac Hepworth at Twitter let the cat out of the bag this week. Via a unicode converter text box page you can access here, anything you enter into the text box and hit "enter" is displayed in a couple dozen different fonts and text effects. Copy and paste the results into twitter and you have text weirdness that you either a)didn't know was possible or b)saw once and wondered how they did that. Some of them are purely annoying, like the upside down, backwards-letter, and fake Thai and Cyrillic alphabets. But you never know when you might want to tweet in square boxed letters, italic script, or Gothic-styled Fraktur.
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