National Punctuation Day

poster with cartoon question mark in blue and exclamation mark in red

Punctuation Day is celebrated every year on September 24th.

Punctuation hasn’t changed much since 1500 (except for the introduction of computers). With the publication of the Guttenberg bible, printing had arrived and required standardized punctuation. Within 50 years that was achieved.                                                           So, how did we get there?

Read my previous blog on punctuation for an in-depth look at its history.