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1337 (pronounced 'leet' or 'elite' ) has been around for decades, long before the TV show Numbers.It's actually a good way to make your passwords more secure without resorting to meaningless strings of letters and numbers, because you can use number and symbol substitution in an easy-to-remember password or passphrase.Read about it at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leet.
Hi Glen,Thank you for mentioning leet in relation to this post. I have actually posted about Leetspeak previously, and about its semiotic orthography.http://walkinthewords.blogspot.com/2009/04/semiotic-orthography-of-leetspeak.html
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