Thursday, March 23, 2006

Thought For The Day: There Is No I In Internet

There is no 'I' in internet, that is to say, the internet, or internet should never have a capital 'i' except when presented in title case, at the beginning of a sentence, or when typed CrAzYmAn style (an alternative for print media is when cut from news paper headlines, a printer layout style which may see a resurgence with an increase in the printers who put identifying marks on pages.) Some may argue that 'internet' is a proper noun, but I argue, there is nothing proper about the internet.

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