Today's front page features some non-ASCII text. That's fine, however, I don't see where in the HTML it lists the encoding for the page. So Safari guesses Unicode but the page happens to be in ISO-Latin. So Safari users (which are probably a few of us) get noticeable <?> icons! So I'd like to ask: would you be able to define the encoding set for the website? It can't be too hard to prepend an xml declaration with the encoding (as all good XHTML should have or specifying a meta tag like <meta http-equiv="Content-Language" content="en-US">. Understandably, there are more than a few pages on this site, but even just the front page and future articles would be a blessing. And the action would certainly put this bug to rest.