Scandinavian posties are using mobile phones to lick the problem of buying stamps, with postage paid via text message. Scandinavian posties are using mobile phones to lick the problem of buying stamps. Denmark and Sweden are introducing a system of paying Postman Per via text. Danish service Post Danmark and Swedish postal service Posten AB are adopting the high-tech system to make it easier to post letters, packages and cards. It'll work by sending you a code to write on your letter. Danes simply stick the letter, card or parcel -- up to 50g -- in an envelope, as normal, then text-message the word 'porto' to the number , and in return receive a unique code that you write where you would previously have stuck a stamp.
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Acronyms have always been an integral part of computer culture, and they have since spawned a new language on the Internet. Commonly thought of as a series of letters that make up a 'word' there is a distinction between acronyms and shorthand. Online enthusiasts are learning that shorthand are in fact called acronyms, but this is incorrect. The difference between acronyms and shorthand is that with acronyms, you pronounce the letters as a new word for example, 'FUBAR' is pronounced 'foo-bar' and 'RADAR' is pronounced 'ray-dar'. In contrast, shorthand pronunciations are like an initialism a set of initials in which you say the letters one-by-one for example, 'ESP' is an initialism for 'extra sensory perception' whereas 'esp.