Aepycamelcase is a prehistoric form of camelcase for which the second capitalized letter in a word could reach a height of up to 3 metres (9.8 ft) above the line. Aepycamelcase wandered the ancient plains of North America, nibbling on the leaves of tall trees much like the modern day giraffe, and occasionally inserting itself into prehistoric billboards advertising websites such as RockSpace and RockBook (that being pretty much all that the web had to offer six million years ago). Incidentally, at the time, a "website" was just a giant actual spider web, where passers by would leave crude drawings of themselves, and even cruder comments under the drawings of others. The world wide web was one of these, made by a very, very, very, very large spider.