Maybe it's just me, but it seems like people's shift keys are getting flaky. Maybe it's a manufacturing problem, but I'm afraid it's not. Why would someone go to the effort of capitalizing some words but not others? Is there a trend in humanity to self-deprecate by using lower-case "i"? Am I just a prematurely grumpy old man who had a stricter English teacher than average? The tour makes a few references like:
"It's built and run by you"
"Your reputation score goes up when others vote up your questions ..."
As you earn reputation, you'll unlock new privileges
Our goal is to have the best answers to every question, so if you see questions or answers that can be improved, you can edit them.
Seeing a sloppily-worded question immediately lowers my urge to help because if they can't hit the shift key, are they willing to learn the ins & outs of Unix? Something I saw in meta a while ago stuck with me -- these Questions and Answers may (should?) stick around for a while and be helpful. Don't you want your best foot forward?
For now, I will be scratching my grammar itch with some data.sx queries and editing. Do poorly-written questions bother anyone else?