Readers Respond: How Do You Say “I Love You?”


Our feature highlighting Michael Redhead Champagne’s gratitude for the volunteers in his Canadian community generated many comments from readers about love and how they show it. Here are a handful of their responses.

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Victoria McNally: Food is Love

I was shown love from my mother, father, and grandparents through food. My father especially would make me dinner every night and he would always remind me “food is love.” As an Italian woman, when I love someone I have a strong urge to cook for them. Food is not just about taste; it is the careful preparation and delicacy that is put into the dish that shows love. It is the warm feeling after your appetite is sated.

Victoria McNally

Sparky Jen: Love is a Helping Hand

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How to type in Indian languages on other websites?

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May be you would like to send a friendly Hindi message to your friend on Facebook. Or you just read a news article in Tamil, and would like to express your views in Tamil. Or you may want to share a joke in Kannada, which would loose its punch if translated to English. We have noted that 85% of our users write their messages on our Indian language editor, and copy it for pasting it elsewhere. It is time that we let our users type in their mother tongue wherever they need it online. So we are launching Quillpad Roaming.

Quillpad Roaming enables users to go to any website and type in Indian languages directly there. Following is a quick video intro to Quillpad Roaming.

Quillpad Roaming is currently in restricted beta release. We are studying some user experience aspects before we release it for public use. Ease of use and…

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