Caps Lock Day
first appeared in 2000, when Derek Arnold of Iowa decided that he, like many other Internet users, had more than enough acquaintances who used uppercase to express their importance on the Internet.
That's why he created Caps Lock Day in order to make fun of people who use such nonsense and to bring some sanity to the network.
In 2001, a real public campaign against the CAPS LOCK key began in Sweden. The purpose of the action was to force computer manufacturers to remove the ill-fated key from the keyboard altogether. The fight against CAPS LOCK is still active today, and the haters of the ill-fated key have already announced a competition for the design of the "keyboard of the future", which does not have CAPS LOCK.
The best way to celebrate Caps Lock Day is quite simple: don't use the key!