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  1. Hi Lewis, it really begins to hurt when you read the Autocorrect that Microsoft have lined up for you; and the pain deepens if the Autocorrect doesn’t have any idea what you are saying and you have to change your name to Lewis Nosuggestions. This is why Bill Gates was able to go so far in the early days of word processing; because he has a quotidian name – two quotidian names actually. He could have been called Arch Doors, Frank Walls, etc. I lobbied for years to have Microsoft recognise the word ‘oatcake’ which thankfully it does now. Previously it offered ‘octane’ – as if my spelling could be that bad – as in ‘high oatcake petrol’.

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