Text Beautify WordPress Plugin

I've just completed my first full-featured, standalone WordPress plugin. It's called Text Beautify and can be found in the WordPress Plugin repository here http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/text-beautify/ or installed through the WordPress Plugins page of your blog.

You can read more about it in my Clog, but the gist of it is that it makes text in your blog posts and comments beautiful by adjusting casing and punctuation.

One of the features allows you to specify a custom list of terms for which the case should always be preserved, and not made lowercase or uppercase. I include just a few basic examples with the plugin to give you an idea how to use it, but it was suggested to me that it by default include a much more exhaustive list of likely terms to be in the list.

Some of the examples are: Los Angeles, PHP, HTML, API, URL, iPhone, iPad, iPod. I will be adding some web acronyms like WTF, OMG, and ROFL, but can you help come up with a list that would adequately cover most common terms whose capitalization should never be modified?

Also, if you try installing the plugin, let me know your thoughts about it.

Thanks for your assistance!

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