Why are some quotes in bold and others are not?
For that matter, why are the pictures there. They are utterly random, have almost nothing to do with the quotes and seem to exist only to make incredibly stupid puns.188.8.131.52 03:48, 10 January 2010 (UTC)
When I clean up the quotes, and put them in order as they are in the book, I tend to remove any formatting that isn't in the book, as I think that bolding emphasizes quotes that the author himself did not emphasize. I hope no one minds too much. As for the question about the pictures, I don't know. Others put them up there. They aren't doing any harm.Markjoseph125 (talk) 04:48, 5 July 2016 (UTC)
- The pictures and bold type are simply there to break up the make the page more interesting, otherwise it is just swathes and swathes of boring text. Some cleanup is needed. The pictures and bold type aren't used in a consistent manner, and some sections (e.g. Sourcery) seem to overuse the bold type. They should be used to highlight maybe a handful of key quotes per book. Anywikiuser (talk) 09:45, 15 November 2017 (UTC)