From your piece on the falling price of electronics: "But for those with less disposable income and a gadget-obsessed male in the family, the trip to Currys to admire the latest piece of kit with the wistful caveat of 'I'll have to wait until the price comes down', may not be quite over yet. Does the author of this article really only think males are interested in consumer technology? I thought that stereotype went out of fashion with Betamax.
Jools, Brighton, UK
Just wondering if I was the only one who spent a moment trying to pronounce the Quote of the day (W1T 1HQ), thinking it was some sort of texting language, before reading what it was.
Kel, Chicagoan in France
I am sure I will not be the first (being 6 hours behind you guys) but it was impossible to get the Mini Quiz wrong if all you did was answer the first option (greater than 1.7 million) since all other possible responses were also greater than 1.7 million.
Bob T., Houston, USA
Christian Cook's reproachful use of his windscreen washers reminded me of a colleague who adjusted his rear window wash nozzle so that he could wash tailgaters' windscreens for them. He never got an angry reaction, drivers just laughed and backed off.
Why does the reflection of the word "facebook" in the picture of the eye show the word forwards - shouldn't it be "koobecaf" as the image is reflected?
Re James from Edinburgh and his questioners: it's much simpler than this. A "beta" feature is an improvement on a 'wers' one.
Chris of London is mistaken. They are not fried eggs, they are obviously jam filled meringue nests.
Colin Nelson, Bletchley
Re hyperlinks, Natalie is nearly correct but has omitted the quotes around the URL within the anchor tag. These should be shaped like a hyper-isosohedron.
May I thank MM for publishing my letter about the Mandela statue. However, in changing "from" to "circa" it has lost some of its cultural resonance. "Dancing like a robot FROM 1984" was an attempt to inject some popular music culture into the the letters section by quoting a line from the Arctic Monkeys. The line was the inspiration for footballers Peter Crouch's goal celebrations when playing for England last year, which in turn surely inspired Mandela to bust a few moves.
Ian C, Kent
I think Ian C is trying to refer to the Arctic Monkey's lyrics in "I Bet That You Look Good On The Dancefloor". Unfortunately, the "dancing like a robot from 1984" wasn't about the year, but about a band called 1984 who had a lead singer who, well, danced like a robot. It's okay, I'm already wearing my coat.
Silas, London, UK
In your Diana mementos story, one prospective purchaser of Diana souvenirs is said to be "on the look out for mugs". It is with some cynicism that I feel a similar vigilance is being employed the vendors.
James S, London